Megan Moroney’s “Tennessee Orange” Is Officially Certified Gold

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Certified gold.

Megan Moroney’s current single and fan-favorite song “Tennessee Orange,” which went viral on TikTok last year and helped her land a record deal with Sony, has been certified Gold by the RIAA, which means it has moved over 500,000 units since it was released in September.

It’s her first Gold record, and it actually happened pretty dang quick, seeing as she just officially released the studio cut in September of 2022.

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The song is clearly resonating with fans, though, as it also just cracked the Top 30 on country radio this week, too:

A co-write by Megan, Ben Williams, David Fanning and Paul Jenkins, she sings about falling for a guy who’s seemingly converted her into a Tennessee Volunteers fan, as she admits she’s now wearing “Tennessee Orange for him,” and even finds herself going to games at Neyland stadium.

On top of that, seeing as she’s a diehard Georgia Bulldogs fan, he has her committing the most egregious of sins that her daddy would never approve of, like “learning the words to ol ‘Rocky Top,’” and even forgetting that she’s “always looked better in red.”

Meg actually put the song out at the beginning of this past college football season, and it’s only continued to reach more fans and blow up for one of Nashville’s most promising up and comers.

The music video is really cute too, so make sure you check that out and a huge congratulations to Meg on her first Gold record:

She put out a new single “I’m Not Pretty” on Friday:

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