Drake Is Now the Most Streamed Artist Ever on Spotify

Justin Bieber’s reign is no more.

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As data-tracking outlet Kworb reports, Drake has become the most streamed artist of all-time on Spotify. Thanks to the huge success of Drake’s most recent studio album VIEWS, the OVO rapper has surpassed past title-holder and fellow Canadian star Justin Bieber. According to Kworb’s chart, Drake is currently at 3,185,045,281 stream on Spotify, while Bieber is at 3,175,636,461. Ed Sheeran, The Weeknd and Ariana Grande round out the top five on Kworb’s chart as well. Interestly, Drake’s latest LP just popped up on Spotify a few days ago. As previously reported, Drake has also dominated the Billboard Charts recently.

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