Drake's new album brings big numbers. And we mean big .
Less than 24 hours after Scorpion fell, it was reported that the double-disc project averaged 10 million flows per hour on Spotify. That's pretty impressive, even for Drake.
The music platform shared the news on Friday afternoon via Twitter.
Scorpion is now on course to break the Spotify record for most album streams on the day of release. The current record is held by Post Malones Beerbongs & Bentleys which on its first day collected 47,930,039 streams in the US and 78,744,748 streams worldwide.
As of Variety Drake's Spotify Domination was undoubtedly fueled by the Scorpion SZN action, in which for the first time a single artist has acquired multiple Spotify playlists on the same day. The release reports from Drake "is on the cover of RapCaviar, Beast Fashion, Today's Top Hits, Morning Commute and others ̵
But Drake's achievements do not end there. The 25-track album currently occupies the top 25 places at Apple Music and is said to have sold about 30,000 units overnight. Billboard Reports Also, Scorpion collected more than 3 million tweets on the day of its release, with most posts pertaining to the "Emotionslose" track in which Drake recognizes a son
OK, we're done with highlighting Drake's achievements.
Just a joke, we're not done yet: On Friday, Drake was also named the highest certified digital single artist of the RIAA, so far, 142 million digital singles have moved.