Blake Shelton's collection of gold and platinum singles increased substantially with Thursday's (March 14) announcement of the RIAA's official list of sales certifications for the month of February. His 2011 single, "God Gave Me You," was declared double platinum for 2 million paid downloads. Additionally, Shelton's "Who Are You When I'm Not Looking" attained platinum status for 1 million downloads. He also made the gold list with two of his early singles -- "Austin" and "Ol' Red" -- for 500,000 downloads each. As previously reported, Florida Georgia Line made the double-platinum list for 2 million downloads of "Cruise." The Band Perry's "Better Dig Two" and Toby Keith's "Beer for My Horses" hit the platinum level. Gold certifications went to Jason Aldean's "The Only Way I Know," Luke Bryan's "All My Friends Say," Hunter Hayes' "Somebody's Heartbreak," Randy Houser's "How Country Feels," Little Big Town's "Tornado" and Keith Urban's "For You."