Z Achieves New Milestone: His '4:44′ Album Is Certified Platinum

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Luglio 6, 2017

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) made the announcement this morning, less than a week after the album's release.

According to Roc Nation, all 13 of Hov's studio albums have gone platinum, more than any other rap artist - as well as four other platinum albums in collaboration with Kanye West, Linkin Park and R. Kelly.

50 Cent, who is an expert in the art of social media trolling, said "4:44" is "too smart" for the streets.

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In its original release on June 30, only Sprint customers and existing Tidal subscribers could access the album. Back then, Samsung pre-paid for 1 million copies of that album as part of its deal with Jay-Z for exclusivity, allowing Magna Carta to instantly go platinum. If you can recall, the streaming company has seen a number key executives leave over the last 24 months, with some analysts even saying that the company is ripe for a takeover.

The best 4K & 5K displays for MacThe release was notably the latest from a high-profile artist that didn't make its way to Apple Music, Spotify or other streaming services.

The RIAA also updated Jay-Z's info on its website to reflect the new stats, sharing that 4:44 has sold one million certified units in less than a week.

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