Kranium mines gold with ‘Nobody Has To Know’

Jamaica-born singer Kranium
Jamaica-born singer Kranium

Four years after its release in the United States, Nobody Has To Know, a hit song recorded by singer Kranium, has been certified gold. 

The song’s certification was issued recently by the Recording Industry Association, commemorating the sale of 500,000 copies.

In a post on Instagram, Kranium thanked his team and fans for their support.

“Thank you @LMRPRO for opening the studio door that day for me. We made history from New York doing dancehall. Thanks to the team and everyone, DJs and fans,” said Kranium.

Entertainer Kranium chats with producer Lamar Michael Reynolds during the early days of his music career.
Entertainer Kranium chats with producer Lamar Michael Reynolds during the early days of his music career.

Nobody Has To Know was produced by Lamar Michael Reynolds, who owns LMR Pro. Reynolds is originally from Havendale, St Andrew, but he migrated to Queens, New York, nine years ago.

Nobody Has To Know was a hit in the ethnic market, and its popularity spread across the Caribbean. The song peaked at No. 44 on the Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart and No. 2 on the Reggae Digital Song Sales chart.

The success of the song resulted in Kranium signing to Atlantic Records. His debut album, Rumors, was released in 2015 and peaked at No. 6 on the Reggae Albums chart.

Kranium, who resides in New York, is originally from Montego Bay. His sophomore album is currently under production. He drops a new single, In Charge, on October 11.