It was recently announced that Halsey has officially garnered 50 million RIAA-certified units from albums, singles and features.

A whopping twelve new certifications, some of which are from her most recent album Manic, helped the pop singer achieve this career milestone. The recording earned its platinum certification in February and is the top-selling 2020 female artist full length. Her hit single “Without Me” has gone platinum seven times, with recent songs “You Should Be Sad” and “Graveyard” both reaching platinum status.

Select cuts from the 25-year-old’s two previous albums, 2017’s Hopeless Fountain Kingdom and 2015’s Badlands have been awarded additional accolades. Three tracks from the former LP have moved up in status, as “Bad at Love” has reached five times platinum, “Now or Never” is three times platinum and “Walls Could Talk” has been awarded a gold certification. “Badlands,” has now been certified double platinum and five tracks have received new certifications including the double platinum “Gasoline”, “Hold Me Down” and “Control” are platinum and “Young God” and “Drive” have garnered gold status.

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