“SAY SOMETHING” SURPASSES 100 MILLION VIEWS AND BECOMES VEVO CERTIFIED
MULTI-PLATINUM DUO TAKE THE STAGE ON FOX’S “SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE” ON JULY 16
NEW YORK, July 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — It’s undoubtedly been a great big year for A Great Big World. Their breakthrough hit “Say Something” with Christina Aguilera went six times platinum worldwide, and went on to occupy the #1 spot on iTunes, Billboard‘s Digital Songs Chart, Billboard‘s Digital Track Chart, Spotify, and Shazam in addition to going Top 10 on sales charts in 19 countries. Now continuing this historic year, A Great Big World is the latest artist to officially become Vevo Certified. Their touching music video for “Say Something”has accumulated over 100 million views and counting on the video platform. This is their first video to becomeVevo Certified and yet another incredible achievement in a string of accolades.
In addition, the New York duo of Ian Axel and Chad Vaccarino will take the stage on Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance on July 16 to perform “Say Something”. It’s a special moment for the group as last year’s dance performance of the song not only caught the attention of the world but also the attention of Aguilera inspiring her to collaborate with them on the song.
Along the way, A Great Big World has tirelessly worked to become one of modern pop music’s most astounding success stories. Building on the plaintive piano chords and undeniable melody of “Say Something”, the track became a ubiquitous worldwide hit. At the same time, they were recognized as an Artist To Watch by MTV and a VH1 You Oughtta Know artist. They’ve given striking and stunning live performances at the American Music Awards, The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, The Voice, Good Morning America, The Today Show, Live! with Kelly & Michael, The Rachael Ray Show, Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Logo Trailblazer Awards, and more. They’ve also garnered unanimous critical acclaim.
In the midst of it all, Vaccarino even worked up the courage to open up about his struggles with Multiple Sclerosis. Since first being diagnosed in 2007, he’s bravely endured living with the disease, and now he’s spoken up to raise awareness.
It’s been a magical journey thus far for the group. In addition to debuting at #3 on the Billboard Top 200, Is There Anybody Out There? received widespread critical acclaim upon its release in January. Their breakthrough mega-hit with Christina Aguilera, “Say Something,” ignited a fast rise to success back in November 2012. As their profile grew, the single entranced the entire world, eventually selling over six million digital songs at a rapid rate worldwide.