Tems set to receive RIAA certification for “Found”
Tems’ ‘Found’ set to receive RIAA plaque.
Nigerian international sensation Tems is set to add another Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) plaque to her collection with her single “Found,” which exceeded over 500,000 in sales.
Tems has gained international success since breaking through in 2020 and has been featured by Drake, Beyonce, and Future. For her efforts to Future’s “Wait For U” and Wizkid’s “Essence,” she has been awarded platinum plaques.
In news reported by chart news platform Chart Data, Tems‘ ‘Found‘ has surpassed 500,000 units in sales in the United States.
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The single features Brent Faiyaz and it was one of the songs on her EP, ‘If Orange Was A Place‘ released in 2021.
.@temsbaby's "Found" has now sold over 500,000 units in the US.
— chart data (@chartdata) February 8, 2023
The song is now qualified for gold certification in the US; this would be Tems‘ third solo gold certification after “Free Mind” and “Higher,” both of which have already received the honour.
She has been nominated for the Emmys and Oscars for her writing on ‘Lift’ Me Up‘ which is the lead soundtrack for ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’. She also recently won a Grammy award for best melodic rap performance at the 65th Grammy awards.
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