Troye Sivan's Album ‘Blue Neighbourhood’ Is Officially Certified Gold In The US

Troye Sivan’s Album ‘Blue Neighbourhood’ Is Officially Certified Gold In The US

According to Headline PlanetTroye Sivan’s album Blue Neighbourhood has officially been certified Gold in the US! This means that the album has a confirmed US unit total of at 500,000!

Troye Sivan's Album ‘Blue Neighbourhood’ Is Officially Certified Gold In The US
‘Blue Neighbourhood’ Cover Art

Blue Neighbourhood received the RIAA gold award on September 16, 2016. Under the terms of the RIAA’s albums program, each unit is equal to 1 album sale, 10 track sales or 1500 track streams. The album was officially released December 4, 2015.

His single “Youth” also has a Recording Industry Association of America certification of its own, was recently certified Gold in Brazil, and had just surpassed 200 million streams on Spotify alone.

Why did Troye name his album you Blue Neighbourhood you may ask? In an interview with Zane Lowe for Beats 1 Radio Troye said, “I mean, it was a lyric from “Wild.” Leave this Blue Neighbourhood. Basically, I come from Perth, which is a moderately sized city of 2 million people. From within that, I come from a really small Jewish community. I feel like I have had this really sheltered, perfect suburban upbringing.”

He continued saying, “And so, all of these stories that I have written come from that place. And take place in that context of this Blue Neighbourhood. It’s not necessarily a bad thing. It’s the mundaneness of it, but it’s where your truth is. That’s where it all happened for me, so it only felt natural to call the music video trilogy and the album that.”

But seriously, all this accomplished at the age of 21? Congratulations Troye!

Check out “Youth: off the Blue Neighbourhood below:

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Written by Melanie Gomez

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