Davido song 'IF' gets Gold certification in US

DMW Records CEO, Davido Adeleke, AKA Davido, has made yet another achievement in his music career as his 'IF' single gets Gold certification in the US. 

What does it mean for a song to be certified gold? 

According to Wikipedia, a Gold record is a single or album that sells 500,000 units (records, tapes or compact discs). 

The award was launched in 1958; originally, the requirement for a Gold single was one million units sold and a Gold album represented $1 million in sales (at wholesale value, around a third of the list price).

What this mean is that Davido's "IF" has sold over 500,000 units in US.

This is coming after the hit single "Fall" from 2019 hit over 500,000 almost two years after the release. 

OBO took to his socials to share a collage of both his Gold certifications; "My 2nd Gold record !!! Oh God I am Grateful !! The Only two Afro beats solo singles to go Gold in the USA in Afro beats history !! God is good !!! ❤️❤️ πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬ MORE TO COME !"

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