Drake and 21 Savage have added another accolade to their resums thanks to their collaborative album 'Her Loss' still putting up impressive streaming numbers.
Drake and 21 Savage have added another accolade to their resums thanks to their collaborative album Her Loss still putting up impressive streaming numbers. On Monday (December 26), Spotify announced Her Loss had surpassed one billion Spotify streams since it was released a little under two months ago on November 4. The news gives 21 Savage his first album to grab one billion streams on the platform, while Drake now holds the record with 12 straight albums crossing the mark. Her Loss debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and moved over 404,000 album-equivalent units in its first week, giving it the third-highest opening this year in music. Drake and 21 Savage had their 12th and third No. 1 album with Her Loss, respectively, and earned a total of 514 million on-demand streams. The album was fueled by several records that also received visual treatments that parodied live performances, such as On BS and Privileged Rappers. The Her Loss duo also dropped a homemade music video for the album opener, Rich Flex, which further brought fans to the album. . December 19, 2022 The album also saw Drake and 21 helping to pen some of each others verses. I aint gon cap, Drake wrote some of my verses on this album, 21 said. These facts. I dont give a fuck what a n-gga say, Drake helped me with some of my verses on this album. The Toronto mogul added: By the way, you also helped me with shit too. In addition to Her Loss hitting one billion streams, Drizzys Honestly, Nevermind which was released in June also crossed the coveted Spotify streaming figure landmark earlier this month. And if that werent enough, the 6 God also became the first rapper in history to hit one billion Spotify streams with 10 different songs in October. Subscribe to DX Newsletter Read more