Alicia Keys’ ‘Underdog,’ ‘In Common,’ ‘Fire We Make,’ & ‘Show Me Love’ Certified GOLD

Published: Wednesday 12th Aug 2020 by Rashad

15-time GRAMMY winner Alicia Keys was already among the most-certified R&B artists to debut to this century, but now – thanks to a slew of updates from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) – she’s solidified that placement.

In news sent to press Tuesday (August 11), some of the diva’s biggest hits including ‘Diary,’ ‘You Don’t Know My Name,’ ‘Fallin,’ and ‘Karma,’ and ‘If I Ain’t Got You’ saw their certifications upgraded while newer tunes ‘Underdog,’ ‘In Common,’ and ‘Show Me Love (featuring Miguel)’ all earned their first plaques.

Look inside for details:

On Tuesday, the RIAA revealed a whopping 19 new certifications for Keys including her Miguel duet (as mentioned above).

Look below for the updated total:

6x Platinum

  • “No One” (6x Platinum Single)

5x Platinum

  • “Girl On Fire” – (5x Platinum Single)
  • “The Diary of Alicia Keys” (5x Platinum Album)

4x Platinum

  • “As I Am” (4x Platinum Album)
  • “If I Ain’t Got You” (4x Platinum Single)

3x Platinum

  • “My Boo” (3x Platinum)

2x Platinum

  • “The Element of Freedom” (2x Platinum Album)
  • “Fallin” (2x Platinum Single)


  • “Empire State of Mind” (Platinum Single)
  • “Girl on Fire” (Platinum Album)
  • “Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart” (Platinum Single)
  • “Like You’ll Never See Me Again” (Single)


  • “Fire We Make” (Gold Single)
  • “Diary” (Gold Single)
  • “Underdog” (Gold Single)
  • “Show Me Love” (Gold Single)
  • “In Common” (Gold Single)
  • “You Don’t Know My Name” (Gold Single)
  • “Karma” (Gold single)

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  1. You’re gagging August 12, 2020

    In Common and Show Me Love are great songs

  2. Clarks0o0ñ August 12, 2020

    She’s gonna flop harder than katy Perry

    • Terri August 12, 2020

      Who cares!!! Alicia is one of the most successful female R&B artists EVER! These new b****** would kill for a quarter of her accomplishments. Worry about Camilas canceled tour and dismal album sales f*****.

  3. marilyn monh-O-E August 12, 2020

    None of them even cracked into top 40 On hot 100. Still no album? She will sell more than poisoned 🤢 brandy for sure.

    • tyty August 12, 2020

      Worry about your flop fav Camilla…we all know she won’t be getting a gold single let along top 40 success ever again and she is only 2 albums in.

      • marilyn monh-O-E August 12, 2020

        Bye trashy bish, only flop and all of yo 10000 troll accounts. Dumb a:s:s bish I know u and u exposed yo damn self again. U r cancelled!

    • You’re gagging August 12, 2020

      Hahaha Alicia has accomplished so much in her music career she came out in early 2000s and still doing it big! You are mad because your life ended up being nothing but hangin on gossip blogs lmao

    • tyty August 12, 2020

      Exposed me? 😂😂 nobody on this site including you believes im only facts… We all know you’re clarkscum. You’re accusing everyone of being a troll to throw people off. You wouldn’t know how to expose a troll if you tried to cause you’re not even good at it. All your troll accounts speak in the exact same way and follow the exact same pattern you don’t even try.

  4. K’’man August 12, 2020

    Gosh what I hate about the streaming era is that even a song that flopped can be certified… TRASH!

    • You’re gagging August 12, 2020

      A song that flopped? So selling 500,000 is considered a flop internet idiots are doomed

  5. JackHarlowStan August 12, 2020

    19 years in and still collecting certs! Congrats Miss Keys! Your fad faves could never…..

  6. Keith August 12, 2020

    Congrats to Alicia on the certifications!

  7. #WAP August 12, 2020

    Home wrecker…

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