Kygo & Whitney Houston’s “Higher Love” Earns Platinum Certification In Australia

“Higher Love” has reached the 70,000 unit mark.

Mason Cutler & Vanessa Morgan in Higher Love | Video production photo by Taylor Kahan, courtesy of RCA Records

Kygo & Whitney Houston’s version of “Higher Love” has resonated with fans in many international markets.

One of those markets is Australia, in which the song just received a new ARIA accreditation.

As of this week, the song holds platinum status in the Land Down Under. The award signifies 70,000 in Australian units.

Now in its thirteenth week on the listing, “Higher Love” rises two places to #34 on this week’s edition of the ARIA Australian Top 50 Singles Chart. To date, it has gone as high as #20.

Written by Brian Cantor

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