Rackin up the accolades.
Today, Cody Johnson’s seventh studio album, “Human: The Double Album,” as well as the title track, both earned Gold status from the RIAA, meaning they’ve both moved over 500,000 units.
While that’s a massive accomplishment, I’ll be honest and admit, the 2021 album would be 8X platinum by now, if I had any say in Country music and to it’s consumers.
Still, Cody’s collaboration with Ian Munsick, “Long Live Cowgirls,” was also just certified gold last week, while his phenomenal single, “‘Til You Can’t,” was officially certified 2X platinum in September of last year.
Speaking of double albums, Cody recently announced that his next album, “Leather,” will also be a double record, containing a whopping 24 songs, including a duet with Carrie Underwood. While there’s no official release date for it, Cody says it’s “the best round of songs he’s ever recorded.“
Congrats to the Texas singer and all of the success he’s had in Country music. It’s well-deserved.