Chris Brown and Wizkid’s “Call Me Everyday” was certified gold in the US.
Chris Brown’s ‘Call Me Everyday’ Ft. Wizkid Certified Gold In US
“Call Me Everyday” by Chris Brown featuring Wizkid has been certified gold in the US.
The song “Call Me Everyday” by Chris Brown and Wizkid has received a gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
The track was certified Gold after selling over 500,000 units in the United States of America.
‘Call Me Everyday‘ was released on June 17, 2022, and was co-produced by DJ Tunez, Blaise Beatz, and Leon Youngblood.
Additionally, it comes from Chris Brown’s ninth studio album, “Breezy,” which was released on June 24, 2022.
Wizkid was seen grooving to the beat in the music video, which was released in August. Chris Brown, as always, showed off his signature dance techniques.
In the first 17 hours after becoming available on YouTube, the video received over 1.3 million views.
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Not even six months after Chris Brown made headlines for dethroning King of Rock N’ Roll Elvis Presley as the Hot 100’s most decorated male singer.
The smash song “Call Me Every Day” by Chris was his 56th Gold single, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) said in a press release on Thursday, January 5.
Found aboard his tenth solo studio album, the 2022-released ‘Breezy,’ One of the three singles taken from the album, “Call,” was released after the well-liked tracks “Warm Embrace (WE)” and “Iffy.” However, at the time of writing, the Wizkid-assisted banger is the only song from the album to have received certification.
Brown’s cumulative single sales in the US have now reached 92.5 million thanks to its new RIAA designation, elevating him to the list of the most successful musicians in the annals of digital music.
The plaque given to “Call” also adds to Brown’s record as the male vocalist with the most RIAA Gold-certified singles. Upon collecting his 55th award of such stature in October 2022 with the sleeper hit single, ‘Under the Influence,’ the R&B crooner surpassed the previous titleholder Elvis Presley (who currently has 54 Gold records).
The only male artistes with more Gold records under their belt are NBA YoungBoy (93), Kanye West (88), Drake (74), Eminem (72), and Future (68).