Drake has added yet another accomplishment to his resume.
Forbes noted that Drizzy’s 2018 track, “God’s Plan,” has officially become his first diamond-certified single. The track has moved at least 10 million equivalent units. “God’s Plan” becomes the thirty-second title in the country to reach this milestone. The single became a staple from Drizzy’s double album, Scorpion.
The Karena Evans-directed video showcased Drizzy giving out close to a million dollars to fans in Miami. The visual captured fans’ reaction and gratitude towards the Take Care rapper’s offering. While on Instagram, Drake said that this video was very important to him. “The most important thing I have ever done in my career,” he wrote.
As the year comes to an end, Drake doesn’t appear to be letting up. This year, Drake became the first solo artist to have more than 200 appearances on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In addition to that, Drake’s album, Care Package, became his ninth studio LP to go No. 1.
Besides music, Drake continues to take a stab at executive producing. The 32-year-old serves as the executive producer on HBO’s “Euphoria” and Netflix’s “Top Boy.” Ironically, Drake became obsessed with the U.K. show by binge-watching the series on YouTube.
“That human element drew me in,” Drake said to The Hollywood Reporter, . “I started just looking them up. Like, who are these people? Are these actors I should know? Are they just famous over there? I remember I hit Future, and I was just like, ‘This show is incredible.’”
Earlier this month, the show debuted to the streaming service and received positive feedback from fans. “I think September 13th is a real U.K. heritage moment that you should all be very proud of. You all made it happen, I just really wanted it to happen. To the cast, new and old, the crew, the writers, the production team -- everybody that pulled this all together. I really do appreciate it,” Drake said to the cast.