Lil Durk continues to bolster his status as the self-proclaimed “Chicago JAY-Z.” On Tuesday (May 17), the Windy City rap star earned eight new platinum and gold plaques from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Durk’s 2020 album The Voice and “Still Trappin” collaboration with his late OTF cohort King Von are both now platinum, meaning they’ve sold at least one million units in the U.S.

Adding to his collection of gold records are 2018’s Signed to the Streets 3, “Skrubs” and “Turn Myself In,” as well as “How I Know” featuring Lil Baby, “Spin the Block” with Future and his Young Thug and 6LACK-assisted “Stay Down.”

Lil Durk now has a total of 12 platinum and 30 gold plaques, with Pooh Shiesty’s triple platinum-certified “Back in Blood” being his most popular effort so far, commercially speaking.

The 29-year-old’s latest round of RIAA plaques arrives just in time for the deluxe edition of Smurk’s seventh studio album 7220, which he plans to release later this week.

“The trolls slowed down speed that up,” he tweeted on Tuesday. “I’m finna drop my deluxe this week I need to get pissed off real fast.”

Released on March 11, 7220 boasted collaborations with Future, Gunna, Summer Walker and country star Morgan Wallen across its original 17-track setlist.

The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 after earning 120,5000 album-equivalent units in its first week, a figure that has since surpassed the 500,000 mark.

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7220‘s success only extended Lil Durk’s dominance on the Billboard charts. Last year, he tied pop juggernaut Taylor Swift for the most Billboard Hot 100 entries in 2021 after placing an impressive 41 songs on the chart.

For all his nationwide popularity, there’s perhaps no city that loves The Voice like his hometown of Chicago. Earlier in May, he closed out his 7220 Tour with a sold-out concert at the United Center — a venue he was once banned from performing in.