Fresh off earning his first No. 1 solo album on the Billboard 200, Lil Durk has added several more certifications to his expanding trophy case.

The Chicago rapper now has a total of 12 platinum and 30 gold plaques, as Durkio’s 2020 album The Voice has been certified platinum. “Still Trappin,” Durk’s hit collaborative single with the late King Von, has also sold one million units in the U.S., giving him his 12th platinum plaque.

Meanwhile, six additional Lil Durk offerings were certified gold this week: 2018’s Signed to the Streets 3, along with its fan favorite deep cut, “Skrubs”; the Lil Baby-featuring “How Will I Know,” off 2018’s Just Cause Y’all Waited; “Turn Myself In,” from 2020’s Just Cause Y’all Waited 2; “Spin the Block” featuring Future; and last year’s collaborative single with 6lack and Young Thug, “Stay Down.”

Aside from dominating the charts, Lil Durk has continued his efforts to help his community, as the Chicago artist’s Neighborhood Heroes Foundation recently supplied inmates in his home state with hand sanitizer amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Durk’s organization teamed up with the Illinois Department of Corrections and the non-profit Chicago Votes to help supply the prisons with 29,000 bottles of hand sanitizer.

“The pandemic has amplified issues that impact our incarcerated community members and access to a healthy environment is undoubtedly one of them,” Neighborhood Heroes said on its Instagram. “Having access to hand sanitizer is crucial because access to clean water in IDOC is very limited. Thank you to IDOC and @chicagovotes for working with us on this.”

The deluxe edition of Durk’s latest album 7220 is out this Friday.