MANILA, Philippines – The album of international singing sensation Charice in Japan is now certified gold.
Charice, who has joined the cast the hit TV show “Glee”, thanked all her fans and supporters in Japan for supporting and buying her record.
“Chyeaa! My Album “Charice” is now certified GOLD in Japan! Thank you so much for the support!!! Japan, thank you so much :),” Charice said on her Twitter page.
Charice’s album includes the single “Crescent Moon,” an English rendition of the hit Japanese song “Mikazuki” by popular Japanese pop singer Ayaka.
In previous interview, Charice said that she was a fan of J-Pop or Japanese pop songs.
Last May, Charice went to Japan to record the album and pose for pictorials for the cover of her CD. Her Japanese album was released last July.
“Crescent Moon” by Ayaka Mikazuki
Music Recording Certifications
The global music industry typically awards recordings with certification awards based on the total units sold or shipped to the retailers. These awards and their requirements are defined by the various certifying bodies representing the music industry in various countries and territories worldwide. The standard certification awards given consist of various combinations of Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Diamond awards, in ascending order.
- Gold = 100,000 units sold or shipments
- Platinum = 250,000 units sold or shipments
- Diamond = 1 million units sold or shipments
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