Megan Moroney's break-out single, ‘Tennessee Orange’, has been certified Gold in recognition of the song moving 500,000 units.
The football-themed ballad revolves around Moroney's forbidden romance with a Tennessee Volunteers fan.
In the cleverly constructed song, Moroney confesses that her Georgia Bulldogs-adoring father would “blow a fuse” at the thought of his daughter being with a Vols supporter.
Moroney recently performed ‘Tennessee Orange’ during her Grand Ole Opry debut, and the song continues to surge up the Country Radio charts, climbing three places to No. 32 this week.
The track also currently sits at No. 14 on Billboard's prestigious Hot Country charts.
Following its popularity, ‘Tennessee Orange’ was also given an accompanying music video at the start of the new year, in which the viewer steps into the shoes of Moroney's Volunteers-supporting love interest.
As ‘Tennessee Orange’ continues to propel the Georgia prodigy to new heights, Moroney is hoping to replicate its success with her latest single, ‘I'm Not Pretty’, which she dropped on February 10.
With ‘Tennessee Orange’ becoming Moroney's first ever Gold-certified single, she'll be hoping the infectious, tongue-in-cheek ‘I'm Not Pretty’ soon follows in its footsteps.
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