Just six days after its release as a TIDAL exclusive, Jay-Z’s thirteenth solo album has achieved Platinum certification in the US.

According to the body which gives out these Awards in the US, 4:44 has ‘sold’ at least 1 million copies.

Of course, the record isn’t even technically for sale. The TIDAL owner could have achieved the feat via the album being streamed the equivalent of 1 million times. But it’s more likely that prepaid downloads were involved.

In the US, one equivalent album unit is equal to one album sale, 10 tracks sold from an album, or 1,500 on-demand audio and/or video streams from an album.

However, the feat wasn’t achieved on streams alone. According to Variety, the photograph RIAA used to make the announcement (below) was taken before 4:44’s release.