Drake's 'More Life' Has Amassed Over One Billion Streams

A huge accomplishment for a record-breaking superstar.

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Drake can add yet another accolade to his ever-growing, long list of achievements. As Billboard reports, the OVO superstar’s recent “playlist,” More Life, has already racked up over 1 billion streams across the spectrum of services. More Life has already hit no. 1 on the Billboard charts three weeks in a row, and is quickly becoming one of the most popular projects to be released in 2017. Drake’s previous studio album, VIEWS, currently holds the record for most on-demand streams of any album. However, while Drake and More Life are riding high right now, expect stiff competition to arise from Kendrick Lamar’s corner.

You can check out Billboard‘s full rundown here. In recent weeks, Drake has popped up at 21 Savage shows in Los Angeles and appeared in NAV’s new video for “Good For It.”

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