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A$AP Rocky officially has a hit on his hands. His “F***in’ Problems” single featuring Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and 2 Chainz has gone gold.

According to Hip-Hop-N-More, the track has sold 591,000 copies.

Currently sitting at No. 6 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts, the track was co-produced by Drake and longtime collaborator Noah “40” Shebib. Aside from those featured on “Fuckin’ Problems, the lyrics were also co-written by Sean Garrett, and is the second single off the Harlem native’s Long.Live.A$AP release.

With a gold record on the books, and an album slated for release in less than two weeks, A$AP has a lot on his plate but refuses to go the same route as other rapper, by releasing a clothing line. “I might collab with designers, but that sh-t corny,” he told us, of rapper lines. Last year GQ spotlighted the 25-year-old for his fashion choices, but don’t expect him to use the praise as a money-making tactic. “When rappers be doing that clothing line sh-t, that sh-t be corny man.  That’s a slow reality show. Ya know how reality shows was ni—as up? I feel that clothing line sh-t is just a slower reality show.”

Long.Live.A$AP drops Jan. 15.