Nav, Gunna, and Travis Scott's "Turks" has officially gone gold, a testament to the Canadian rapper's rising status.
It's fair to say that Nav has come a long way, having recently enjoyed his most successful album thus far in Good Intentions. With his album having debuted at number one on the Billboard charts, it feels as if Nav is finally gaining traction as a commercially viable name. It may very well be off the strength of the album's lead single "Turks," which featured two fellow heavy-hitters in Travis Scott and Gunna -- the same trio that brought "Yosemite" into the world, one of Astroworld's standout cuts.
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Now, "Turks" has begun forging a legacy of its own. Nav took to Instagram to reveal that the track has officially gone gold, making this one his seventh plaque as a leading artist. "Turks just went gold! Thank u to my fans and the gang," writes a grateful Nav on his Instagram, drawing praise from his collaborator Gunna in the comment section.
At this rate, it's only a matter of time before Good Intentions starts climbing closer toward gold certification, though it's unclear whether it has the legs to hit platinum. In any case, it's still cool to see the Canadian artist building his collection of hits, and it's highly likely that "Turks" will not be his last. What do you think -- are you still bumping Good Intentions?