Panic! At The Disco are celebrating achieving their third certified platinum single this year with “Hey Look Ma, I Made It.” The track follows “Say Amen (Saturday Night)” going platinum in May and “High Hopes” going 3x platinum in June. All three tracks are from the latest P!ATD album Pray For The Wicked.

The album itself is also certified platinum by the RIAA, and received that achievement in May too. A platinum certification is equivalent to 1 million units sold, so it’s pretty clear that a lot of people have had Panic! At The Disco Fever in 2019. 

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In celebration of all the good news, you can rewatch the iconic music videos for all three tracks below. 

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Now that you’re running with the vibe, you might as well listen to the band's newest album in-full below as well.

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If you missed your chance to catch Panic! At The Disco during their Pray For The Wicked tour, or you simply want to relive the experience again, you can now catch the band via an incredible virtual reality concert!

Back in March, PATD had a two-night run at the O2 Arena in London where they performed an incredible set featuring pyrotechnics and a 28-song setlist.

The MelodyVR app recording the show in six different angles, creating a futuristic virtual reality experience for you to enjoy over and over again.

The app’s description reads:

“With MelodyVR, you can get closer than ever to your favorite artists and control what you see by moving between ‘Jump Spots’. Which means you can go down the front, deep in the crowd, or even up on stage with the bands you love. Don’t worry, we won’t tell security.”

Catch a video sneak peek of what the video entails below.

What do you think of Panic! At The Disco getting their third certified platinum song of the year? Sound off int he comments down below!

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