Future has gone platinum yet again, this time thanks to “Mask Off.” The single’s popularity is in part thanks to the #MaskOffChallenge, where fans recorded meme-worthy covers of the song’s distinctive flute sample by acclaimed producer Metro Boomin. The track officially went platinum on Tuesday, after selling over a million units since being released on Future’s self-titled album in February.

“Mask Off” is the Atlanta rapper’s highest charting single to date, reaching the number 7 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 earlier this week. Meanwhile, Future’s song “Low Life” featuring The Weeknd recently went triple platinum. Aside from going platinum every day, Future performed for the first time at Coachella this past weekend, with a whopping three special guests - Drake, Migos, and Ty Dolla $ign.

Revisit “Draco” below, from Future's other album released this year HNDRXX.

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