After earning a platinum plaque for his XXXTentacion-assisted "Roll in Peace," Kodak Black can now add another plaque to his wall. On March 19, the Florida rapper's collaboration with Lil Wayne, "Codeine Dreaming," was certified gold by the RIAA after moving 500,000 units.

The gold plaque is just Kodak's latest plaque in recent months following gold and platinum certifications for the songs "Horses," "Tunnel Vision" and "There He Go." The rapper has also recently been featured on the platinum-selling tracks "Pills & Automobiles" and "Drowning."

In related news, while Kodak may currently be behind bars, the rapper is trying to better himself in jail. According to a recent report, a judge granted the rapper access to a tutor who will help him prepare for his GED test. Kodak's legal team also requested that the rapper has access to a computer to continue his studies.

Kodak has been behind bars since January following a Jan. 18 arrest. The rapper is currently being held without bond but has pleaded not guilty to possession of ammunition and 95 grams of marijuana. The Florida artist was also recently sentenced to 30 days in solitary confinement but was eventually released early.

The rapper broke the news on March 19, tweeting, "Fresh out the bing... that boy @chrisbrown just dropped 10 racks on my books, that's love."

Check out Kodak Black's latest RIAA certification below.

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