SZA Celebrating SOS Platinum Status
SZA celebrating a huge achievement due to her SOS project. The album is certified Platinum and rightfully so.
SZA Celebrating Platinum Status Of SOS, Breaking Records Along The Way
SZA celebrating the fact that her hugely successful album SOS is now platinum certified.
This, after dominating the No.1 spot on the Billboard Hot 200 chart for an impressive 7 straight weeks.
Additionally, as told to her from her label, it is eligible for Double Platinum.
However, that’s not the only achievement the project is boasting.
Taking to social media, the Top Dawg Entertainment singer drops this post –
“Last night was the first time I had a great time at an award show! (Prolly cause I ain’t have to do shit but cheer my friends on + announce ppl I Stan lmao ) My team also surprised me w a GANG OF PLATINUM and gold plaques for SOS can’t believe the album is already eligible for double platinum. LOVE TO EVERYBODY THAT GOT ME HERE AND CONTINUES TO LIFT ME UP. I love you.”
The 33-year-old singer/songwriter – real name Solana Imani Rowe – has a lot to be thankful for.
SZA’s SOS Album Breaks Multiple Records, Passes By Some Iconic Artist On Her Way To Reaching Platinum Status
Check out the records she breaks along the way –
- Beyonce – SOS becomes the first album from a Black female artist to top the chart in its first two weeks since Beyoncé’s self-titled album dropped in 2013
- Janet Jackson – SOS becomes the first R&B album from a woman since Janet Jackson’s 1993 release janet to spend its first four weeks at No. 1
- Adele – SOS becomes the first album to reign on the chart for five consecutive weeks since Adele’s 30 in late 2021
- Mariah Carey – SOS matches Mariah Carey’s Daydream, which spent 5 weeks at No. 1 in late 1995 and early 1996
- Usher – after 6 weeks, SOS was recognized for having the most consecutive weeks at No. 1 for an R&B album since Usher’s Confessions
- Whitney Houston – after 7 weeks at No. 1 SOS becomes the first R&B/hip-hop album by a woman, or R&B album by any act, to spend its first seven weeks at No. 1 since Whitney Houston’s Whitney in 1987.
Now that’s quite a run.
SZA’s SOS album was finally plucked off the top spot after 7 weeks.
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