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Queen Naija can now add platinum plaques to her growing list of impressive accolades.
The YouTube sensation’s breakout hits “Karma” and “Medicine” have officially been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, with one million units sold each.
In addition, the RIAA also confirmed that Naija’s latest effort “Butterflies,” off her self-titled EP, has also been certified gold with 500,000 units sold.
The news of the singer scoring platinum and gold arrives less than one week after “Karma” became Naija’s second song to climb on urban adult contemporary radio chart. “Medicine,” which also appears on her eponymous EP, topped the urban AC radio chart, as well as the Billboard Adult R&B Songs chart for five weeks.
Next month, the songstress is slated to perform at the Sol Blume Festival in Sacramento. She also has been tapped for the BET-curated Ladies (U)nite! show, taking place on June 20 in Los Angeles.
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