Several of his singles from 2004 to 2016 are also now certified double-platinum.
Here's who can claim the throne and who should just bow out gracefully.
"Carrying the unbearable pain of this divorce has put me in a dark place and the only way I could get this energy off of me was to confront it."
The Maryland-bred wordsmith delivers candid thoughts alongside a star-studded group of costars on his long-awaited sophomore effort.
The album features Stevie Wonder, Nas, Freddie Gibbs, H.E.R., Lil Wayne, Eminem, Gunna, and more.
"It is my joy to be able to return and present House Full of Toys," Wonder expressed in a statement.
The legendary drummer and producer talks to VIBE about the convergence of Black music, history and culture in his fantastic concert documentary.
Groove to the soulful sounds of "King Holiday" for our hero of civil rights.