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RIAA Corrects Announcement of “Old Town Road” Being Certified Diamond

After revealing that Lil Nas X’s hot record…

After revealing that Lil Nas X’s hot record “Old Town Road” had become a certified diamond-selling single, RIAA quickly took to Twitter to correct their mistake as Lil Nas X’s song is actually 3x multi-platinum.  After RIAA made the initial announcement on Wednesday that the record had reached diamond status, Lil Nas X followed up by tweeting, “OLD TOWN ROAD JUST WENT DIAMOND!!!! WTFFFFFF.” To correct the information that they posted to social media, RIAA tweeted, “The song is currently 3X multi-Platinum.” The tweet also encouraged people to, “Please reach out to [RIAA] with any questions going forward. Thanks!”

RIAA Corrects Announcement of “Old Town Road” Being Certified Diamond
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Unfortunately, the initial tweet by RIAA stirred up confusion online as many celebrated “Old Town Road” breaking a new record. RIAA has been known to be a reliable source for accurate statistics on how artists are performing on the charts. Although the information was false, Lil Nas X’s hot track is still 3x multi-platinum and he currently has two other songs on Billboard’s Rock Charts as well. Plus, “Old Town Road” still has a great chance of hitting diamond status as the rising superstar continues to push his movement in the industry.

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