Cody Johnson’s Streams Increase by One Billion For 2nd Consecutive Year, “‘Til You Can’t” Certified Double Platinum

Double platinum-selling artist Cody Johnson’s career continues to rise as his global career streams increase by one billion during the first ten months of 2022! View this post on Instagram A post shared by Cody Johnson (@codyjohnson) This marks the…

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Posted on October 13, 2022

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Double platinum-selling artist Cody Johnson’s career continues to rise as his global career streams increase by one billion during the first ten months of 2022!

This marks the second consecutive year that Johnson has secured one billion additional streams, making his total career global streams four billion. Fans can’t seem to get enough of his electric performances, career altering track “‘Til You Can’t” and critically acclaimed project Human The Double Album.

Watch the official music video for “‘Til You Can’t” below.

In March, Johnson celebrated his first No.1 and multi-week No.1 single at mainstream country radio when “‘Til You Can’t” topped both the Mediabase Country Airplay Chart and the Billboard Country Airplay chart.

Produced by Trent Willmon and co-written by Ben Stennis and Matthew J. Rogers, the single recently earned double-platinum certification from RIAA after topping the charts for weeks at a time. The award-winning track helped secure Johnson the CMT Music Award for Male Video of the Year, in addition to a nomination for Single of the Year and Video of the Year at the upcoming CMA Awards.

“I chose to record ‘Til You Can’t’ first because of the positivity in the message of the song. In our world today, we could use more positivity,” Johnson previously shared. “Secondly, because of how dynamic the melody was; I took it and ran with it.”

The song pushed Johnson to the forefront of the country music scene, yielding the honor of being named one of the CMT Artists of the Year alongside Carly Pearce, Kane Brown, Luke Combs and Walker Hayes.

“These five ‘Artists of the Year’ collectively dominated the last 12 months in country music, leading across all CMT platforms, scoring chart-topping albums and singles, and performing music that entertains and inspires millions of fans,” CMT announced in a press release.

CMT Artists of the Year premieres on Friday, October 14th at 9p/8c.

Johnson has released multiple hit collaborations this year, working with rising artist Ian Munsick for “Long Live Cowgirls” and most recently, track “Wild Palomino” with hitmaker Zac Brown Band.

The “Me and My Kind” singer joined country megastar Luke Combs on his 2022 stadium tour for select dates and graced the stage for special shows of the Zac Brown Band’s Tour. Johnson has headlined shows throughout the U.S. this year, with 40 sold-out dates under his belt so far. The breakout star is set to kick off the final leg of concerts for 2022 next weekend, and will wrap up the stint on December 9 in Las Vegas.

Johnson recently announced his upcoming 2023 tour, Cody Johnson & Friends, which will begin on January 20 in Lafayette, LA with support from Randy Houser. He will also be joining Combs on additional dates across Australia, kicking off on August 9 in Parnell, New Zealand and coming to a close on August 26 in Perth, Australia.

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Ally Roden graduated from Belmont University where she studied Corporate Communications and Music Business. After numerous internships within public relations and music business, including her time at Red Light Management and PLA Media, Roden began her work in digital media while freelancing on the side. In addition to writing for Music Mayhem, she has her work published in a variety of online and print publications. In her free time when she’s not working or interviewing Nashville’s rising artists for her personal music-focused podcast, Roden enjoys hanging out with her mini-aussie doodle Ollie and reading a good thriller.

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