Kane Brown Achieves New Milestone As ‘Heaven’ Is Certified Diamond

Kane Brown has accomplished what very few country music artists have ever done. The father of two had one of his singles, “Heaven,” certified Diamond for sales of over ten million certified unites, making him only the eighth country artist to achieve such a feat.

“An incredible talent with 23 RIAA certified titles and accolade upon accolade across genres, today, we are thrilled to recognize Kane Brown’s first Diamond for his single ‘Heaven,'” said RIAA COO Michele Ballantyne. “This enchanting hit has clearly struck a chord with fans – topping ten million certified units! Congratulations to Kane, his creative partners and RCA Nashville team on this rare milestone.”

In a video celebrating the accomplishment, several artists who have also achieved Diamond status, praised Brown for joining the prestigious club.

“Kane, what’s up man,” Luke Combs praised. “Listen, I heard that ‘Heaven’ has gone Diamond. Not many people have done that. I just want to say welcome to the club man. It’s super cool. Keep killing it, man. You’ve always been awesome, and let’s hang out sometime. Congrats again. See you, buddy.”

“What’s up Kane, I just wanted to say congratulations buddy on the Diamond-certified song, ‘Heaven,” Tyler Hubbard, who achieved Diamond status as one-half of Florida Georgia Line, said. “That is such a huge achievement buddy. Welcome to the Diamond club. It’s something to be proud of, dude. Congratulations, cheers, and here’s to some more diamonds. Let’s go!”

“I just want to say congratulations, and welcome to the Diamond club,” Lady A‘s Hillary Scott said. “Your song ‘Heaven’ has obviously touched so many hearts, so many lives. Congratulations on this unbelievable milestone.”

“Welcome to the Diamond club man, congratulations brother,” added Darius Rucker.

Brown currently has a Top 15 hit with “I Can Feel It.” The song is the debut single from his upcoming, very country new album.

“I’m really excited,” Brown told Pure Country. “We usually have a huge variety. I usually have pop stuff on there, but so far, this album has just been pop country, and then we have some really traditional country songs. George Strait actually had one on hold that didn’t get cut, so I took it.”

2023 has been a big year for Brown, but 2024 could be even bigger. The 30-year-old is headlining his massive In The Air Tour, with an impressive list of opening acts, including Hubbard, Parmalee, Chris YoungCole SwindellJon PardiBailey Zimmerman,  LOCASH and RaeLynn.

It was “I Can Feel It,” inspired by the Phil Collin’s In The Air hit single, which became the inspiration for both Brown’s new album, and his tour.

“We started writing this song and it happens every time. I’ll live with a song for months, a year and then release it as a single,” Brown told Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1. “ “But once [producer] Dann Huff got a hold of this, I told him, ‘I want it live. I want you to bring it alive as if I’m… think of me being on the road on tour. I want to be able to hear that when we’re listening to this song.’ And he just brought the magic.

“I fell in love with it,” he added. “I was thinking about opening the show with it, but then where do you go [from] there? The energy would be so high.”

Find all of Brown’s music and upcoming shows at  KaneBrownMusic.com.