Future is having a monumental year, and he's earning himself another platinum plaque to add to his already-large collection. The Dirty Sprite 2 rapper's hit anthem, "March Madness," has just reached certified platinum status, according to the RIAA, marking his sixth platinum solo single of his career.

The Recording Industry Association of America posted the smash hit record of 2015 on the list for Future's achievements, marking May 26, 2017 as the date when "March Madness" achieved platinum status, moving one million units. Ironically, the song previously reached gold status on May 27, 2016, which is almost a full year prior to the platinum certification.

The Atlanta rhymer has racked up plenty of plaques from the RIAA this year, as he previously earned himself seven certifications back in April alone. The entertainer earned platinum status for his recent single, "Mask Off," The Weeknd-assisted "Low Life," which went triple platinum, the Drake-featured "Used to This," "Fuck Up Some Commas," as well as "Blow Me a Bag," his 2012 album Pluto, and his 2014 release Honest, which all went gold.

Most recently last month, Future also earned a platinum plaque for his hit single, "Wicked," which was included on Future's EVOL album of last year.

Fans have a lot more on the horizon to look forward to from the Southern rapper this year, as he's currently on his Nobody's Safe Tour with Migos, Young Thug, A$AP Ferg and Tory Lanez. He's also slated to be featured on multiple songs on DJ Khaled's Grateful album dropping at the end of the week.

Congratulations to Future on another major feat for his career this year.

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