Rihanna's Platinum Certifications Songs

RIAA Releases Rihanna Platinum Certifications Songs

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Rihanna still has something she hasn’t dropped for her fans. It is her new album we are talking about. But even though she is yet to release new songs albums and more, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) is even more convinced that Rihanna’s old songs are doing well and has released Rihanna’s Platinum Certifications songs lately.

Rihanna just gave birth to a baby boy with A$AP Rocky being the father of the baby. They are currently on serious parenting and the chance of Rihanna losing grip on a new album just for her fans to stream is rare. According to a source, Rihanna wants to give her son a certain standard which might also affect any incoming album.

While taking the necessary busy, her old songs are still ranking on related platforms and RIAA has shared Rihanna’s Platinum Certifications Songs, about for of them from her old songs.

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on Tuesday noted that the songs which received higher platinum certification are “Umbrella,” which is not 8x multi-platinum, “Disturbia” with 7x multi-platinum, “Take A Bow,” and “Don’t Stop The Music” both now 6x multi-platinum.

This is great news because her last album was the album Anti which was officially released in 2016 before she called it break. The ranked well on Billboard in 2019.

Below you can check out the list for those Rihanna Platinum Certification songs

See the list below.

8x Platinum (for sales of 8 million in the U.S.)

7x Platinum (for sales of 7 million in the U.S.)

6x Platinum (for sales of 6 million in the U.S.)

  • ‘Take a Bow’ (Single)
  • ‘Don’t Stop the Music’ (Single)

Thanks to the newly-reported upgrades, ‘Umbrella’ – now at 8x Platinum – ties her chart-topping 2016 hit ‘Work’ as the second highest-certified single of her career.  Among her hits, only 2011’s ‘We Found Love’ and 2013’s ‘Stay,’ both at 9x Platinum, have performed better commercially.

Collectively, Rih’s digital catalog now sits at a whopping 155 million in the U.S. alone – more than any other female act.  Her closest competitor, Swift, boasts a massive 134 million digital records sold.

Among all artists, only Eminem (166 million) and Drake (164 million) – both of whom have collaborated with Rihanna multiple times – have sold more digital records than her in the same territory.