An Epic moment to enjoy some epic heat and humidity at Soho House Miami Beach: (l-r) Epic Records Chairwoman & CEO Sylvia Rhone; Future; RIAA COO Michele Ballantyne; Epic Records EVP & Head of A&R Ezekiel Lewis; and Epic Records EVP & GM Rick Sackheim.

The sales numbers amassed by Freebandz/Epic’s Future have landed him in rarified air: 95m units.

Prior to headlining Rolling Loud Miami, the rapper received a plaque commemorating the occasion from Epic Records Chairwoman & CEO Sylvia Rhone and RIAA COO Michele Ballantyne.

“We’re thrilled to celebrate that Future now has 95 million RIAA-certified units spanning nine albums and 68 separate singles,” Ballantyne said. “He’s in an elite group—very few artists have achieved this level of success in the history of our nearly 65-year-old program.”

The artist is also coming off a week with the most-added song at all radio formats, "Love You Better," with a whopping 89 adds. Rick Sackheim, Dontay Thompson and Traci Adams will not be getting a plaque, but there will likely be sushi.

Future was also presented with a gold plaque for April's I Never Liked You. (The song “Wait for U” f/Drake, meanwhile, hit double platinum, and “Puffin on Zootiez” was certified gold.) The Epic team then drew straws to decide who would take the plaques home.

Photo: Alfonso Duran