Megan Moroney's break-out hit, ‘Tennessee Orange’, has been certified Platinum by the RIAA, as a result of the single having moved the equivalent of one million units.
The news comes just a couple of months after the football-themed ballad went Gold in February, and adds further fuel to the meteoric ascent Moroney has enjoyed since its release in September 2022.
The endearing, laid-back track finds Moroney switching her allegiances from her home-state's Georgia Bulldogs to the Tennessee Volunteers - all in the name of love.
The song's popularity was underlined at the start of April, when ‘Tennessee Orange’ earned Megan Moroney her first ever CMT Award for Breakthrough Female Video of the Year.
It's due to appear on Megan Moroney's hotly anticipated debut full-length album, Lucky, which will be released on May 5. The upcoming record will also feature recent singles such as ‘I'm Not Pretty’ and ‘Girl in the Mirror’, along with a number of previously teased tracks, such as ‘Why Johnny’, ‘Mustang Or Me’, ‘Kansas Anymore’ and ‘Traitor Joe’.
The country prodigy is currently out on the road, with a variety of dates lined up in support of 90's country icons, Brooks & Dunn, before Moroney embarks on her own headlining Lucky tour in the Fall.
During her 2023 shows, Megan Moroney will no doubt be serenading fans across the country with special live renditions of ‘Tennessee Orange’, which has so far been her set closer.
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