Drake has plenty to celebrate. The Toronto rapper's If You're Reading This, It's Too Late project has gone platinum nearly six months to the day of its release out of nowhere this past February. The surprise mixtape was initially released for free but then put up for sale on iTunes and Drizzy has sold a total of 1,006,000 copies since its release. During its opening week, the record amassed a whopping 624,000 sales, breaking Spotify records along the way.

As far as his track record goes, this is now the fourth project in a row that the Young Money rapper has seen go platinum. Thank Me Later, Take Care and Nothing Was the Same have all reached the feat since his first album debuted in 2010. The Toronto native is currently gearing up to drop his fourth studio album, Views From the 6There's no word on a release date for the LP just yet, however.

If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late a total of 6.8 million times after its release in February. Kendrick Lamar's 
To Pimp a Butterfly later took the lead, amassing 
9.8 million back in March.

first album released in 2015 to go platinum. In total sales for the year, he trails only Taylor Swift's 
1989, released in October of 2014, which has moved 1.4 million copies in 2015 and is certified five times platinum overall. If you're into sales figures,
Billboard has you covered: with his four retail projects—
Thank Me Later (1.8 million), 
Take Care (2.26 million) and 
Nothing Was The Same (1.72 million) in addition to 
IYRTITL (1.006 million)—Drake has sold almost seven million albums in the first five years of his career. Not too shabby. Check out his celebratory Instagram post below.