China Anne McClain’s “What’s My Name” Has Been Certified Gold In US

“What’s My Name” crosses the gold threshold in the United States.

China McClain at Descendants 2 premiere | Disney

A standout track from “Descendants 2” has officially attained gold status in the United States.

China Anne McClain’s “What’s My Name,” that song, earned its gold honor on November 10, 2017.

Issued by the RIAA, the award signifies 500,000 in US units. Each unit is equal to 1 paid download or 150 streams.

“What’s My Name” has fared particularly well on YouTube. It follows only “Ways To Be Wicked” and “It’s Goin Down” as the third-most-viewed track from “Descendants 2.”

It peaked at #61 on the overall Billboard Hot 100, which ranks songs based on activity from sales, streams and radio airplay.

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