Riley Green's "If It Wasn't For Trucks" Is Now Certified GOLD by the RIAA

Well deserved.

Just recently, Riley Green's "If It Wasn't For Trucks" was officially certified by the RIAA as a gold single.

The song originally came out in 2020 and then also appeared on Green's "Behind The Bar" record the following year.

Jimmy Harnen and Scott Bocchetta, Big Machine's Label Group President/CEO, presented Green with a plaque on stage July 3rd at Nashville's Ascend Amphitheatre. The gold certification for "Trucks" adds to the platinum singles "There Was This Girl," I Wish Grandpas Never Died" and "Different 'Round Here" already stored in Green's trophy closet.

To those who aren't familiar, a gold certification means the song reached more than 500,000 sales and streaming units.

Check it out below.

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