Drake's 'More Life' Has Been Streamed Over 600 Million Times in Its First Week

And rising.

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Drake’s More Life album already broke records when it was streamed 90 million times on Apple Music its first 24 hours, but recently Republic Records announced that across all streaming platforms the album was streamed 600 million times this week. Drizzy’s latest project continues to break records almost week after its release, surpassing the 250 million first-week streams record set by his last album VIEWS. Additionally, when More Life was debuted on the 39th episode of OVO Sound Radio, the show set the record for the most streamed Beats 1 show ever.

Let us know what you think about Drake’s record-breaking More Life project and make sure to check out all the disses on More Life you may have missed.

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