Zach Bryan’s ‘American Heartbreak’ Is Officially Certified Platinum, And “Something In The Orange” Is 4X Platinum

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Zach Bryan

You absolutely love to see it.

Zach Bryan’s behemoth of a 34-song major label debut studio album American Heartbreak has officially been certified Platinum by the RIAA, meaning it has moved a very impressive over one million units since it was released last May.

In addition, his fan-favorite single “Something in the Orange” has been certified a whopping 4x Platinum, meaning it has moved over four million units since it was released on the aforementioned record…

Suffice all that to say, the man is selling a helluva lot of records, and this is the proof:

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“Orange” has also been officially shipped to mainstream country radio as Zach’s debut single, and has been quickly climbing the charts there, as it officially cracked the Top 25 on the Mediabase chart this week (one of two charts labels use to officially track their songs performance).

It’s well on it’s way to becoming his first Top 10 hit, and could very well eventually become a #1 single by the pace it’s climbing at, too:

Zach responded to a tweet congratulating him on the massive accomplishments and impressive certifications quite humbly, saying:

“Never in my life would I have thought. Cryin’. I love you guys.”

You don’t need me to tell you at this point that he’s become a superstar and face of country music over the last year since he released American Heartbreak, and even won his very first major award when he took home the ACM trophy for New Male Artist of the Year last month.

It’s so rewarding to see great music like this resonating so deeply with so many people, so without further ado, let’s cue it up…

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock