The 47-year-old rapper's latest offering has been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), less than a week after it was released on Friday. Even more impressive, originally, the album was only available exclusively through Tidal and to pre-existing subscribers, as well as Sprint customers. Earlier this week, it became available to all Tidal users.
The RIAA tweeted JAY-Z's major accomplishment on Wednesday.
"4:44 Goes Platinum - JAY-Z's 13 Platinum (or higher) solo studio Album Awards are more than any other hip hop artist," the RIAA's official account tweeted.
"Props to JAY, he's done it again!" the RIAA also tweeted alongside a photo of the rapper posing with his plaque. "4:44 Certified Platinum. Another Platinum album adds to an already iconic career."
Watch the video below to see the biggest revelations on the album.