Drake’s ‘Certified Lover Boy,’ has made history again, this time for the most first-day streams in Apple Music history. Drake’s capacity to break records in the music industry is unrivaled.
With Certified Lover Boy from 2021, Drake still holds the record for the most first-day streams globally on Apple Music, Drake additionally made history for the most first-day streams worldwide on Apple Music. While “Scorpion” from 2018 is the second most first-day stream worldwide. With “Girls Want Girls.”
The superstar from Toronto continues to break records with each release and is consistently a top-charter. And his most recent album has demonstrated to be another proof. Drake’s “Honestly, Nevermind” has already broken Apple Music’s record for first-day streams worldwide, making it the largest dance album in the platform’s history. He broke the new record only one hour after releasing his surprise album Honestly, Nevermind on Friday, June 17, 2022. On its first day on Spotify, “Honestly, Nevermind” also had over 61,417,745 streams.
.@Drake simultaneously occupies the entire top 10 on US Apple Music with songs from ‘Honestly, Nevermind’.— chart data (@chartdata) June 17, 2022
For those who know he only promoted the album the day before its release (actually less than a full day). And even with no promotion and album pre-release hype he still manages to break another streaming record.
Honestly, Nevermind is Drake’s seventh studio album to date, with 14 total tracks and only one guest artist on the album’s concluding track, “Jimmy Cooks,” which features 21 Savage.