"Um going platinum everyday," Future tweeted last week. It ain't far from the truth. Search for Future on the RIAA database, and you'll see that he's been awarded a remarkable 7 plaques during this month alone. 

As reported, a platinum certification has been given to "Mask Off," a single taken from the self-titled album Future released on February 17 -- a week before he'd release yet another album, HNDRXX. "Mask Off," produced by Metro Boomin, is currently the No. 7 song in the country. 

The Drake-featuring "Used to This," the non-album single Future shared in November, has also gone platinum. 

You may be surprised to find that Future's biggest-ever single (as a lead artist) is "Low Life," which was recently certified triple platinum. The song features The Weeknd and was included on Future's fourth album, EVOL, released in February 2016.  

A double-platinum certification has been given to "Fuck Up Some Commas," the song that landed on the 2014 mixtape Monster and also as a bonus track on Future's fourth album, 2015's DS2. Also off DS2, the song "Blow a Bag" has been certified gold. 

Lastly, two more golden plaques have been given to Future's first two albums, 2012's Pluto and 2014's Honest

What a month.