Halsey’s ‘Without Me’ Certified Diamond By RIAA

Halsey’s ‘Without Me’ Certified Diamond By RIAA

Halsey has achieved a milestone in her music career as her 2018 smash hit “Without Me” officially became the 100th Diamond single in the history of the RIAA.

“Without Me” marks the genre-blending singer’s second overall Diamond single. The first was “Closer,” Halsey’s collaboration with The Chainsmokers.

Instituted by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) to recognize remarkable achievements from artists and their label teams, Diamond level certification is given when a song hits the milestone of more than 10 million certified units.

Celebrating the big news, Halsey posted a photo of her holding the RIAA trophy and certification on Instagram.

“Yesterday was just a littleeee out-of-body. Without Me is the milestone 100th Diamond Certified RIAA record! (Diamond certified means it is 10x platinum in the United States!)” she captioned the photo. “Without Me is my second diamond record, Closer was my first, but my very first one solo!”

“There were a few other really special stats I learned as well including that I have 75x platinum certifications across my catalog. This whole thing is so surreal,” Halsey added, referring to another milestone that her discography has achieved.

(Photo: Lester Cohen)

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