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'Honestly, Nevermind' 5th day on Spotify: 24.2M (-6%) [172M total]


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57 minutes ago, Nefertiti0 said:

US  — 10,697,374 streams (-35,65%)
Global  — 25,598,566 streams (-27%)

what the :deadbanana2:

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14 minutes ago, hausofdave said:

Benito really won huh

He did ~155 million on days 43, 44 and 45 vs Drake 122M on days 1,2 and 3. 

Yes I would say so

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I don’t know why y’all confused an album that sounds the complete opposite of his usual sound that has gotten negative feedback from his fan base is doing these numbers

 

as someone who doesn’t not like Drake, y’all sitting here acting surprised and saying he’s over…relax

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1 hour ago, Nefertiti0 said:

US  — 10,697,374 streams (-35,65%)
Global  — 25,598,566 streams (-27%)

He's so over after this lmao :deadbanana2:

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deserved

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Taylor doing witchcraft to keep her competition at bay  :biblio: 

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It was bad for him :rip:

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10 hours ago, Nefertiti0 said:

US  — 10,697,374 streams (-35,65%)
Global  — 25,598,566 streams (-27%)

:hoetenks::bibliahh:

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10M after 3 days wtf :deadbanana: not everyone can smash with a genre change  

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US  — 10,163,470 streams (-4,99%)
Global  — 25,925,672 streams (+1,28%)

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On 6/20/2022 at 4:32 PM, Sinister said:

I don’t know why y’all confused an album that sounds the complete opposite of his usual sound that has gotten negative feedback from his fan base is doing these numbers

 

as someone who doesn’t not like Drake, y’all sitting here acting surprised and saying he’s over…relax

I actually feel like I've heard him do something rly similar before the Scorpion album (and after Take Care) :rip:

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3 hours ago, Rev8 said:

I actually feel like I've heard him do something rly similar before the Scorpion album (and after Take Care) :rip:

Passionfruit. But that has a more tropical / summer vibe to it. This is straight up (bad) house music. A completely different genre from what he’s done in the past. He’s flopping obviously, but he’ll be alright 

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June 21
US  — 9,452,568 streams (-6,99%)
Global  — 24,235,711 streams (-6,52%)

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June 22
US  — 8,075,999 streams (-14,56%)
Global  — 19,048,139 streams (11 tracks, Intro, Liability, Down Hill are out )

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I hope Drake does flop! The LAST thing we needed was another shitty album bomb! He released an album not long ago. He didn't need another 1 so soon!

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Drake’s ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ Breaks Apple Music Dance Album Record for Most First-Day Streams

 

Drake gave just one day’s notice before his surprise new album, Honestly, Nevermind, hit streaming services Friday (June 17), and yet it’s already become Apple Music’s biggest dance album in history by breaking the platform’s record for first-day streams worldwide, according to a news release by the streaming service. What’s more impressive? It only took one hour to do so.

 

Honestly, Nevermind marks the 35-year-old rapper’s seventh studio album to date, featuring 14 total tracks and just one guest artist on “Jimmy Cooks,” the project’s final track which sees assistance from 21 Savage. The only warning he gave of the record’s arrival was a strikingly simple Instagram photo of the album’s psychedelic cover art posted a few hours beforehand, writing, “7th studio album ‘HONESTLY, NEVERMIND’ out at midnight.”

 

The new album’s streaming feat is the “Knife Talk” artist’s latest in an extensive list of triumphs made with the streaming service. His previous album, Certified Lover Boy, released in September 2021, broke the platform’s record for most first-day streams worldwide and, at the time of publication, still holds the record for biggest album in Apple Music history.

 

In second place comes Drake’s 2018 album, Scorpion, which currently holds the record for second most ever first-day streams worldwide on Apple. His Certified Lover Boy single “Girls Want Girls,” meanwhile, maintains a record of its own: biggest song in Apple Music history by first-day streams worldwide.

 

For his newest release, Drake did something a little special for his Apple Music listeners. He penned his own Honestly, Nevermind album notes and released them exclusively to fans on the platform — revealing that, in spite of being a dance record, the project actually came from a rather sensitive time in his life.

 

“I purposely try to forget what went on between some ppl and I because I know I’m not a forgiving guy even when I try,” the rapper wrote in the album notes. “My urge for revenge wins the game against my good guy inside every single fckn time.”

via Billboard.

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