Nelly has a reason to celebrate, as his 2000 album Country Grammar is now certified diamond, meaning he’s moved over 10 million units in sales and streaming.


The St. Louis rapper received a plaque from the Recoding Industry Association of American (RIAA) during a concert in Philadelphia earlier this week, and he was certainly all smiles! The album that gave us hit’s like “Country Grammar (Hot Shit),” “E.I.,” “Ride Wit Me,” and “Batter Up” originally sold over three million copies within six months of it’s release.

All Eyes on Me, The Notorious B.I.G.’s
Life After Death, Eminem’s
The Eminem Show & The Marshall Mathers LP,
Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, and MC Hammers
Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt Em to reach Diamond status.

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