After recently being released from prison, Kodak Black has something else to celebrate. According to the RIAA, the 19-year-old rapper has earned his first platinum plaques for his singles "No Flockin’" and "Tunnel Vision".

"No Flockin’", which was originally released in 2014, debuted at No. 95 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in January 2017. By March, the song had sold more than 500,000 copies. As for "Tunnel Vision", the song debuted at No. 27 before moving up to the eighth spot and peaking at No. 6. The song was Kodak’s first top 10 hit and is currently his highest-charting single.

Since his release from jail, Kodak hopped on the remix for Kyle’s iSpy and is getting ready to record new music of his own. But before the Florida rapper gets back in the studio, he’s seeking a judge’s permission to work with rappers who have criminal histories, TMZ reports.

The conditions of Kodak’s release state that he can’t associate with any known felons. But since many rappers have a criminal past, the rapper’s lawyer filed court documents with a judge to see if working with the rappers would be alright.

Take a look at the video for "Tunnel Vision" below.

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