R&B singer-songwriter SiR has achieved a brand new certification from the Recording Business Affiliation of America (RIAA).
His 2018 single “D’Evils” has been licensed gold for promoting 500,000 equal models. The laidback groove, which has over 98 million streams on Spotify, is lifted from his debut album, November, launched on Prime Dawg Leisure.
“D’Evils,” produced by D.Okay. The Punisher, samples Jamaican reggae artist Billy Boyo’s 1981 tune “One Spliff A Day.”
“D’EVils” is SiR’s first solo RIAA award and his second total. His Kendrick Lamar-featured music, “Hair Down,” was licensed gold in August 2020. The latter tune was the lead single from SiR’s critically-acclaimed second album, Chasing Summer time, launched in 2019.
In Could 2022, SiR launched the period for his third album with “Satisfaction.” He adopted up with “Life Is Good” that includes Scribz Riley and the D’Angelo-inspired “Nothing Even Issues.” The latter observe scored SiR his first high 10 entry on Billboard’s Grownup R&B Airplay chart earlier this March.
It’s unsure when SiR will launch his extremely anticipated follow-up to Chasing Summer time. In a June 2022 interview with Rated R&B, he shared the course of his subsequent album.
“It’s completely different for me. It’s not Chasing Summer time. We did a terrific job being within the second with [Chasing Summer] and attempting to provide the followers one thing that was me on the time. On this subsequent venture, we’re doing the identical factor, however differently. I’m in a distinct area mentally, bodily and spiritually,” SiR instructed Rated R&B. “It’s going to be enlightening and inform a facet of my life that folks haven’t heard but. So many issues have modified with me. It’s going to be good to reintroduce myself to the world and my followers.”
Whereas followers proceed to anticipate SiR’s subsequent album, the Inglewood, California, native has been preserving them engaged with collaborative tracks, together with “Work Onerous Play Onerous” along with his brother D Smoke and “Again to Love” with Alex Isley. He additionally appeared on “Lay Up” with Syd on Creed III: The Soundtrack.
Revisit SiR’s “D’Evils” under.