Future is having an “Incredible” April.
Aside from performing at Coachella, the Freebang boss has also garnered an astounding seven plaques from the Recording Industry Association of America for the month.
According to the RIAA, Future’s “Mask Off” was certified platinum on April 14, along with his Drake-assisted single “Used to This,” The Weekend-assisted “Low Life” off last year’s EVOL, and “Fuck Up Some Commas” off 2014’s Monster.
But that’s not all for Hendrix’s hardware. On April 14, he also earned gold plaques for Pluto, Honest, and DS2’s “Blow a Bag.”
This isn’t Future’s only big month in 2017. Although he only earned one plaque a month for February and March, he garnered six in January for solo material and his collaborations with Drake.
“Um going platinum everyday,” tweeted the Atlanta rapper.
Up next, Future is heading out on the “Nobody Safe Tour,” which kicks off May 4 in Memphis with Migos and Tory Lanez.[“Source-rap”]