It’s been a big week for Drake.
First the artist confirmed on multiple tracks off his album Scorpion that he is indeed a father. Now, one day after the new album’s Friday launch, we’ve also learned that Scorpion broke a big streaming record: It earned the most streams on its very first day, on both Spotify and Apple Music.
Apple Music confirmed the broken record on Instagram, noting that Scorpion was streamed more than 170 million times in its first 24 hours of release. An earlier post also noted that the album had hit #1 in 92 countries. Read more…
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OK, so it’s very likely you won’t be able to give away close to a million dollars as Drake does in his video for “God’s Plan.”
Not that it should stop you from trying to replicate the feeling he gets, kinda.
People on Twitter are parodying Drake’s charitable efforts in his music video with their own good, albeit very minor good deeds.
Then “God’s Plan” starts playing, of course, in the background.
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For a fleeting, exquisite moment in December, we all thought Drake and J-Lo might be dating or at least collaborating.
They cuddledThey selfied. They reminded us we are on this Earth for only a heartbeat; there is only loving and being loved. And yet, when Drake’s new “playlist” More Life appeared on Saturday, there was no new track featuring Ms. Lopez. How cruel.
She’s gone, but not forgotten. In the opening track “Free Smoke,” Drake raps that he sends J-Lo messages while under the influence. Apparently, she has declined to update him with her new digits. Read more…
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