Yep, yep — Dustin Lynch has another platinum single on his hands.

"Where It's At," Lynch's first single from his second studio album, hit No. 1 last year, but it has also sold more than one million copies, so the singer was recently surprised with a special platinum plaque from the RIAA to commemorate the career milestone, while he was participating in a panel discussion at an RIAA Live event at the RIAA's Washington, D.C., headquarters.

Lynch performed "Where It's At," his debut single "Cowboys and Angels" (which is also certified platinum) and his current single "Hell of a Night," and then was presented the plaque by RIAA Chairman and CEO Cary Sherman.

"What a dream come true!" Lynch says in a statement. "I have an incredible team of people that believe in me and my music and work so hard and spend time away from their families ... this is theirs as much as mine.  Big thanks to everyone at country radio that believed in this song and Chapter 2 of my music!"

Platinum plaque presentations may become routine for Lynch, whose "Hell of a Night" is in the Top 15 at country radio and has earned 16 million-plus streams on Spotify. He released the music video for the single — the second from Where It's At — in May.

Lynch will no doubt gain even more fans this summer, as he's out on Luke Bryan's 2015 Kick the Dust Up Tour, along with fellow opening act Randy Houser.

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