Bow Wow, the Ohio native rapper, is quietly celebrating a new career milestone as his debut album Beware of Dog is now eligible for 4x platinum status by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The album, released in September 2000, debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 and spawned hit singles like “Bounce With Me,” “Bow Wow (That’s My Name),” and “Puppy Love.” With over 20 years since its release, Beware of Dog has achieved double platinum status in March 2001 and now stands at the coveted 4x platinum mark.

This achievement marks a significant milestone in Bow Wow’s career, solidifying his status as a superstar in the music industry. The success of Beware of Dog propelled the then-13-year-old rapper into the spotlight, showcasing his talent and potential. Now, two decades later, the album continues to be recognized for its impact and influence on the hip-hop genre.

In addition to celebrating the success of his debut album, Bow Wow has teased his return to music, hinting at a collaboration with Chris Brown. In a recent Instagram Live session, he revealed that he and Breezy have been working on new music together, promising to deliver more music to his fans. This news has generated excitement among supporters eagerly anticipating Bow Wow’s musical comeback.

With this new career milestone and the promise of new music on the horizon, Bow Wow’s legacy in the music industry continues to grow. His enduring success and impact serve as a testament to his talent and dedication to his craft. As he quietly celebrates the achievement of Beware of Dog reaching 4x platinum status, fans can look forward to more music and collaborations from the rapper in the future. Bow Wow’s journey in music is far from over, and his latest milestone only adds to his legacy as a prominent figure in the industry.

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