Break My Soul By Beyoncé Has Reached Platinum

Break My Soul By Beyoncé Has Reached Platinum

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has awarded platinum certification to Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul,” the lead song from her album Renaissance, which has sold one million equivalent units since its summer release.

This song is the first from Beyoncé’s seventh album to win an RIAA award.

In August, “Break My Soul” received its initial gold certification for selling more than 500,000 equivalent units since its summer debut.

Beyoncé released the “Hive Certified” appreciation video to honor her most recent RIAA certification. In it, fans of all ages dance and respond to the song.

The YouTube description of the video stated, “Thank you so much for all the love and for releasing the wiggle.

The first sample of Renaissance was “Break My Soul,” which was released on June 20. She collaborated on both writing and producing the empowering song alongside Tricky Stewart and The-Dream.

Beyoncé shared several different versions of “Break My Soul” shortly after the release of Renaissance on July 29; one of these versions was remixed by Chicago house DJ Terry Hunter, and it has been nominated for Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical at the 65th Grammy Awards.

“I was obviously honored to get the chance to remix #BreakMySoul. The love and support that’s been shown so far is overwhelming. I cant thank @Beyonce and her team enough for trusting me with this project. I look forward to seeing everyone on the dance floor,” Hunter wrote on Instagram.

The Queens Remix is the final version that Beyoncé released. Madonna, a global icon, was in attendance.

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