Drake’s ‘Scorpion’ Breaks Spotify & Apple Music’s Opening Day Streaming Record

Drake has dominated the current streaming era, continually breaking records yearly. With his new project Scorpion now out, the double album is setting new marks as expected. On Spotify, Scorpion has broken the global Spotify record for biggest opening day with 132 million streams on June 29. It nearly doubles the previously record holder, Post Malone’s beerbongs & bentleys at 78.7 million. Stateside, Drizzy’s album also broke the Spotify USA’s opening day record with 80.5 million streams in the U.S., surpassing Malone’s 47.9 million. “Nonstop” is the popular song on Spotify’s platform, setting a new global single day record with 9.3m streams. 17 of the 18 most played songs on the Spotify charts are from Scorpion, with XXXTentacion’s “SAD!” being the only record outside of the album, sitting at No. 13.

For Apple Music, The Verge reports Scorpion breaks their biggest single day streaming record. The 25-song LP pulled in 170 million streams during its first 24 hours, taking the top spot from Drake’s More Life, that previously held the record with 89.9 streams.

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