Alicia Keys is still a girl on fire.
The revered singer/musician has been awarded more than a dozen new gold and platinum plaques for her collection of stellar albums and songs from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Keys’ sophomore album The Diary of Alicia Keys hits certified sales of five-times platinum. Her record-breaking 2007 album As I Am reaches the four-times platinum mark, while its follow-up The Element of Freedom earns Keys a double-platinum certification. Keys’ Best R&B Album winner Girl on Fire makes it to platinum status.
Five of Keys hit singles went multi-platinum, while two went platinum and six went gold. The latter certifications included two of her recent singles: “Show Me Love” featuring Miguel and “Underdog.” See the rest of Keys’ RIAA certifications below.
Additional Alicia Keys recent RIAA certifications
“No One” — 6x platinum (Single)
“Girl on Fire” — 5x platinum (Single)
“If I Ain’t Got You” — 4x platinum (Single)
“My Boo” featuring Usher — 3x platinum (Single)
“Fallin’” — 2x platinum (Single)
“Like I’ll Never See You Again” — Platinum (Single)
“Trying to Sleep with a Broken Heart” — Platinum (Single)
“Karma” — Gold (Single)
“In Common” — Gold (Single)
“You Don’t Know My Name” — Gold (Single)
“Fire We Make” with Maxwell — Gold (Single)
“Diary” featuring Tony! Toni! Toné! — Gold (Single)
In other news, Keys has been teasing a new collaboration with Khalid called “So Done.” The song is taken from her forthcoming album, ALICIA, which has been delayed since its original March 20 release date. Back in June, Keys released the music video for her latest track “Perfect Way to Die.” A rare performance of her at NPR’s Tiny Desk series surfaced, as well.