J. Cole's “No Role Modelz” is now diamond-certified with more than 10 million units sold.
“No Role Modelz” officially moves over 10 million units
On top of going platinum with no features─the North Carolina-bred spitter adds another milestone to a long line of them.
Chart Data announced on Wednesday (May 4), that J. Cole's "No Role Modelz" had been certified 10-times platinum after selling 10 million units. The 2014 Forest Hill Drive cut, which contains a sample from Project Pat's "Don't Save Her," was certified platinum in 2016.
“@JColeNC‘s "No Role Modelz" has now sold over 10 million units in the US,” the account wrote on Twitter.
“No Role Modelz” peaked at No. 36 on the Billboard Hot 100 — the highest of any song from 2014 Forest Hills Drive — and the track’s most recent certification from the RIAA came in August 2002 when it became 6x-platinum.
“No Role Modelz” became the longest-charting song in Spotify history, lasting a total of 2,274 consecutive days on the U.S. Spotify chart.
Re-visit “No Role Modelz” below.