NMPA Gold & Platinum Program

NMPA Gold & Platinum Program

Since 2007, NMPA’s G&P Program honors the songwriters behind today’s most popular music. NMPA certifies songwriters of RIAA certified singles. RIAA counts both sales and on-demand streams towards its Gold (500K), Platinum (1M) and Multi-Platinum (2M+) thresholds.

In coordination with RIAA, NMPA maintains a database of all awards and certifications also notifying songwriters and music publishers that they have been certified.

RIAA certifies songs Gold & Platinum with a sales audit of each title conducted by Gelfand, Rennert & Feldman. Once a title’s sales (downloads) has been audited and verified as having reached requisite levels, a formal certification report is issued and sent to the title’s record company. NMPA then notifies appropriate songwriters and music publishers. Each publisher of certified single must be a member of NMPA to be certified. If the publisher is not a member, they will have the opportunity to become one to receive their certification.

NMPA provides the opportunity for publishers to purchase a plaque. The plaque costs $165 to produce plus shipping. G&P presentations are made throughout the year.

For more information or questions please contact:
Katie McClenny
Director of Communications and Gold & Platinum Program
National Music Publishers’ Association

  • = GOLD
Multi-Platinum Metro Station Shake It Timothy Healy September 25, 2008 EMI
Multi-Platinum Metro Station Shake It Anthony Improgo September 25, 2008 EMI
Multi-Platinum Metro Station Shake It Mason Musso September 25, 2008 EMI
Gold Metro Station Seventeen Forever Mason Musso April 14, 2010 EMI
Gold Michael Buble Everything Alan Chang May 7, 2008 Sony/ATV
Platinum Michael Buble Home Amy Skylark Foster Gillies April 14, 2010 Universal
Gold Michael Buble Everything Michael Buble May 7, 2008 Warner Chappell
Platinum Michael Buble Home Michael Buble April 14, 2010 Warner Chappell
Platinum Michael Buble Home Alan Chang April 14, 2010 Warner Chappell
Gold Michael Franti Say Hey Michael Franti April 14, 2010 Universal