Starboy Terri who is signed under Wizkid's record label, Starboy entertainment has achieved another milestone success in his musical career. It should be recalled that in 2018, a song was released under the imprint of "Starboy record label" titled "Soco" which features Wizkid, Terri, Spotless and Ceeza Milli. The track later went on to become the most searched song on Google in that year, 2018. That 2-year-old track has now been certified Gold in Canada, selling over 40,000 units in the country.
This also makes Terri the youngest artiste ever to have a Gold certification in Canada. Terri also equals Davido by this latest achievement as Davido only has just one Gold certification in Canada too courtesy of "Fall".
See screenshot of the official certification below according to music Canada:
Fans of the young singer have since reacted to this first major achievement by Terri with some throwing suble shades at Davido and the DMW crew. See screenshots of some of their reactions below:
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