Drake and 21 Savage’s collaborative album “Her Loss” has reached platinum eligibility, according to recent reports. This means that the album has officially reached the threshold for platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Released in late 2021, “Her Loss” has been a major success for both artists. The album features a mix of trap-influenced beats and melodic rapping, and has been praised for its unique sound and strong production.
“Her Loss” features a number of hit singles, including “Mr. Right Now,” “Wahlinn,” and “Solitude,” all of which have received significant airplay on radio stations and streaming platforms.
The album’s success is a testament to the enduring popularity of both Drake and 21 Savage. Drake, in particular, has consistently been one of the biggest names in hip hop for over a decade, with a string of platinum-selling albums and hit singles to his name. 21 Savage, meanwhile, has risen to prominence in recent years and has become one of the most respected and sought-after rappers in the industry.
It’s clear that “Her Loss” has resonated with fans and critics alike, and its platinum eligibility is a testament to its widespread appeal. It will be interesting to see how the album continues to perform in the coming months and whether it will go on to receive official platinum certification from the RIAA.