In early November, Megan Thee Stallion finally released her debut studio album, “Good News.” This project was headlined by hit singles such as “Savage” remix feat. Beyoncé, “Don’t Stop” feat. Young Thug, and “Girls In The Hood.”
The album saw very nice first week numbers as it debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. This project continues to have a lot of momentum at the start of 2020 and now, it has received another certification by the RIAA.
‘Good News’ Is Now Platinum
According to Chart Data, Good News is now platinum status in the US. This is after selling 1 million units. Megan retweeted the tweet by the outlet as fans began to celebrate another epic accomplishment early on in her career.
They were impressed with how fast the album went platinum and now it’s showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Others added that Good News is what’s expected at this point due to how big of an artist Megan is in the industry now.
More Hits Began To Be Created From ‘Good News’
Aside from the lead singles from “Good News,” more hit records have begun to be loved by fans. Among them are “Body” and “Cry Baby“ feat. DaBaby. Body has generated plenty of TikTok dance videos while Cry Baby is another dance record which is red hot right now.
Megan also recently released the music video for Cry Baby as fans were very entertained by the work that Megan and DaBaby put in with their “Toy Story” reenactment. This single currently stands at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Megan Is Featured On Ariana Grande’s ‘34+35’ Remix
Megan is also part of another huge remix and that is on Ariana Grande‘s “34+35” remix. This also included fellow pop superstar, Doja Cat. The three have recently been filming the music video as well as it’s scheduled for a February 12 release date.
Currently, the original version of 34+35 stands at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It also appeared on Grande’s new sixth studio album, “Positions,”, which was the No. 1 album in the country.
Megan Is Nominated For Four GRAMMYs In 2021
Megan has a big month coming up for herself as the 63rd annual GRAMMYs will take place on March 14. This is after getting postponed in January due to COVID-19 concerns in Los Angeles. Megan is nominated in four categories.
These are Best Rap Song, Best New Artist, Best Record, and Best Rap Performance. The three songs nominated here are for the Savage remix. Based on the year she had in 2020, Megan could very well score multiple wins here.