G-Eazy Scores 13 New RIAA Certifications, Bringing His Grand Total to 21

That's a lot of gold and platinum.
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Earlier this week, G-Eazy scored 13 new RIAA certifications, bringing his grand total to 21. 

Among the additions to Eazy's ever-growing collection of shiny wall art is a Gold plaque for his 2017 album The Beautiful & Damned and a Platinum plaque for his 2014 major label debut, These Things Happen

As for single certifications, "Some Kind of Drug" featuring Marc E. Bassy is officially Platinum, while "Random," "Order More," "Drifting," "Lotta That," "Far Alone," "Let's Get Lost," "Almost Famous," "You Got Me," "Calm Down" and "Tumblr Girls" have all gone Gold.

With the video for "Sober," a Charlie Puth-assisted single off The Beautiful & Damned, released earlier this month, expect G-Eazy to be stuffing his stat sheet in the weeks to come.


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