Chris Young Notches 17th RIAA Certification As ‘Losing Sleep’ Goes Gold


“Losing Sleep,” the title track from RCA Records Nashville artist Chris Young’s chart-topping new album, has been certified GOLD by the RIAA for hitting the 500,000-unit mark of combined sales and streams.  The song, currently at #8 (Mediabase)/#10 (Billboard) and climbing on the country radio charts, marks the 32-year old Grammy nominated singer/songwriter’s 17th Gold/Platinum certification.

It’s been a banner year for Young who released his acclaimed seventh studio album, Losing Sleep, his third record in less than two years and second consecutive studio album to debut at No. 1 on Billboards Top Country Albums Chart. He achieved a career milestone when he was inducted as a member of the legendary Grand Ole Opry on October 17, 2017. He’ll kick off the new year headlining the “Chris Young Losing Sleep 2018 World Tour” starting January 10 in Indianapolis. For tickets visitchrisyoungcountry.coms.

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