Bryson Tiller Earns 11 New RIAA Certifications

Bryson Tiller Earns 11 New RIAA Certifications

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Bryson Tiller has seen a noticeable increase in new certifications from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). 

The Louisville, Kentucky native gets the ball rolling with four new certified gold singles, including “The Sequence,” “Open Interlude,” “Ten Nine Fourteen” and “Somethin Tells Me.” The first three tracks are lifted from his debut album, Trapsoul, while the last comes from his sophomore set True to Self

He also earned three platinum certifications: “Rambo,” “Run Me Dry,” and “Let Me Explain,” a one-off track from 2016. 

Tiller gained a pair of double-platinum singles, which both are for Trapsoul tracks “Sorry Not Sorry” and “Right My Wrongs.” The former song worked as the third single, halting at No. 24 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. 

Rounding out the 11 new certified singles is “Don’t” and “Exchange.” Both are now 7x platinum, with more than seven million equivalent units sold. The first track served as the lead single from Trapsoul and is the most successful single from the album, peaking at No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 4 on the R&B/hip-hop charts. 

Earlier this month, Tiller released a new holiday-inspired project, A Different Christmas. It contains collaborations from Kiana Ledé, Justin Bieber, and Halo (his daughter), to name a few. 

A Different Christmas arrived weeks after Killer Instinct 2: The Nightmare Before, the sequel to his first mixtape released a decade ago.

Prior to that, Tiller issued a deluxe version of his third album, Anniversary. It featured five new songs, including one that featured Big Sean.