Joyner Lucas has been staking his claim on the rap game. Though the lyricist has yet to drop off his upcoming ADHD album, he has managed to find himself in a variety of engaging situations nonetheless. To start, Joyner realized a youthful dream and linked up with his favorite rapper Eminem on "Lucky You," whereupon Marshall's ubiquity helped secure Lucas his first platinum plaque. Later, Joyner faced off in a spirited competition with Tory Lanez, that yielded a pair of diss tracks apiece, and a seemingly endless surplus of bars. Now, it would appear that Joyner is going to be in need of some more wall space. The rapper has earned himself another plaque - this time, of the golden variety - for last year's "I'm Not Racist."

Joyner Lucas - "I'm Not Racist"

Collaborator and friend Boi-1da took to Instagram to congratulate Joyner's accomplishment. "This is more of a statement than a song," he writes, citing the track's inspirational message of harmony amidst a time of divide. Many have come to praise the song for its subject matter, and the clip currently stands at a still-growing 102 million views on Youtube. It seems like a platinum upgrade is an inevitability at this point. Congratulations to Joyner Lucas for this one!