Zach Bryan’s “The Good I’ll Do” Is Officially Certified Gold

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Louie Nice

Zach Bryan just keeps rackin’ up the Gold and Platinum records.

His single “The Good I’ll Do,” which was featured on episode 4 of Yellowstone Season 5 earlier this year, is officially certified Gold by the RIAA.

This means that it has moved over 500,000 units since it was released last year as part of Zach’s American Heartbreak album (which was just certified Platinum):

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Subsequently, after millions of people heard the tune on Yellowstone, it shot to #1 on the iTunes all-genre songs chart, scooting ahead of the likes of Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Metallica, and even Mrs. Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” which is saying a lot, as this was the week after Thanksgiving and everybody was in full-on Christmas mode.

And not only was a portion or short clip of it on the episode, the whole entire song played at the closing of it, showing some great shots of the cowboy way of life and the beautiful state of Montana.

In addition, ESPN played the instrumental version of “The Good I’ll Do” several different times as they transitioned from coverage into commercial breaks during Masters Tournament in April.

Needless to say, it’s a certified heater, I’m certain the exposure of Zach’s song being on a hit TV series and one of professional golfs biggest tournaments definitely helped it go Gold, but it’s cool to see nonetheless.

Another song from his aforementioned major label debut project, a little tune you may have heard before called “Something in the Orange,” was recently certified 4X Platinum too, and is continuing to climb the charts at country radio, well on its way to become his first big mainstream hit.

Gonna go turn this one up now…

“The Good I’ll Do”

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