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Lee Brice’s ‘Hard to Love’ Is Certified Gold

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Lee Brice‘s streak of success is not showing any signs of slowing, and he is now celebrating a little more. His latest single and the title track to his current album, ‘Hard to Love,’ has been certified gold for digital downloads exceeding 500,000 copies sold.

‘Hard to Love’ is the second single off of Brice’s sophomore album on Curb Records, which has already spawned the chart-topping ‘A Woman Like You.’

“I don’t really know what to say except thank you to my fans for all the support,” Brice says. “I can tell when I’m out there on the road every night that the momentum of [‘Hard to Love’] just keeps picking up, and it’s because my fans continue to believe in me. They’ve stuck by me, and I can tell they’re in for the long haul.”

The latest success comes hot on the heels of ‘A Woman Like You’ reaching platinum certification. This week, ‘Hard to Love’ continues its climb up the country singles chart, where it is currently in the Top 15 — and rising.

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