Playboi Carti's "Magnolia" Is Now Certified Platinum

“Yo Pierre, you wanna come out here?”

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Playboi Carti can now add “certified platinum artist” to his resume, thanks to his smash hit “Magnolia,” that’s become one of the biggest summer anthems of 2017. The song’s producer, Pi’erre Bourne released a video of Carti and himself celebrating just moments after hearing “Magnolia” went platinum. As it stands today, the song has pushed 500,000 units (that includes streams), 40 million plays on SoundCloud and over 30 million views on YouTube, making it Carti’s biggest record ever in his young career.

Watch Pi’erre Bourne’s Instagram clip below and in case you missed it, stream Carti’s newest song, “WWTW” with Yung Gleesh and Lil Yachty.

??ImonthepursuitofhappinessandIknowEverythingthatshineaintalwaysgonnabegold?? we #platinum ????

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