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Panic! at the Disco's "Pray for the Wicked" certified platinum 

ABC/Fred LeeBrendon Urie's ma must be tired of looking, because Panic! at the Disco continues to make it.

The "High Hopes" crew's latest achievement is a platinum certification for their new album Pray for the Wicked, bestowed by the RIAA for one million units sold.

Originally released June 2018, Pray for the Wicked is the sixth studio Panic! album, and the band's fifth to be certified platinum. It spawned the singles "Say Amen (Saturday Night)" and "Hey Look Ma, I Made It," as well as the mega-hit "High Hopes."

Panic! at the Disco's tour in support of Pray for the Wicked continues in June at Delaware's Firefly festival. You can also hear Urie on the new Taylor Swift song, "ME!"

In related news, Urie was honored with the Inspiration Award at the LGBTQ youth organization GLSEN's Respect Awards, which took place on Monday. He was recognized for his, "ongoing commitment to LGBTQ youth and for investing in the power of students to create more inclusive schools."

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