Beyoncé goes 4x Platinum in the UK with 'Dangerously In Love' album
Superstar Beyoncé is celebrating an exciting new achievement in the UK this week as her 2003 album 'Dangerously In Love' has gone 4x Platinum.
The British Phonographic Industry confirmed the news this afternoon via Twitter and a representative for the company explained: "We're very excited to announce that @beyonce's album 'Dangerously In Love' has gone 4x Platinum in the UK. #bpiAwards."
In addition to this huge milestone, Beyoncé's single 'Love On Top' has also now been certified Gold, which means that it achieved sales of over 400,000. Platinum certification for an album, meanwhile, means that a record has sold over 300,000 copies so her 4x Platinum offering has shifted over 1,200,000 units in the UK.
At the end of last year, Beyoncé collaborated with NCLA for a special project and in April she unveiled a collection of nail wraps. The new designs include "a golden beehive texture inspired by Beyonce's community of fans, with a subtle bee stripe overlay as an accent. The perfect way to show your loyalty to the Queen B." Each set retails for $18 (£12), or you can buy all 7 for $118 (£79).
Watch her music video for '7/11' here:
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