Jay Z's '4:44' Goes Platinum

Jay Z continues to beat the odds even at the age of 47.

The rap legend's "4.44" LP has been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association Of America, less than a week after its release. The announcement was made via the company's official Twitter handle. "Props to JAY, he's done it again!," a tweet read. "4:44 certified platinum. Another Platinum adds to an already iconic career." 

Another tweet read, "4:44 Goes platinum - JAY-Z's 13 platinum (or higher) solo studio Album Awards are more than any other hip hop artist."

The feat means that every last one of the rapper's solo albums have achieved at least platinum certifications. It also makes him the first rapper in the organization's history to achieve 10 RIAA platinum (or higher) studio albums.

Not even Kanye West's reportedly split from Tidal can put a dent to the rap mogul's glittering career.

Physical copies of the LP as well as a video for '4:44' are expected this Friday (July 7).