OVO Sound leader Drake’s streaming muscle is serious. The hip-hop superstar’s “One Dance” is now entertainment giant Spotify’s most-streamed song ever.

According to reports, the 6 God’s undeniable hit has helped him conquer his Spotify competition.

This past May, Drake scored his first ever solo No. 1 song with his VIEWS single “One Dance.” Today, Spotify has announced that “One Dance” has become the platform’s most streamed song ever. It has accrued over 880 million streams, topping the previous record-holder “Lean On” (by Major Lazer and DJ Snake featuring MØ), which had 526 million global plays when it became most-streamed last November. (Pitchfork)

Back in August, Drake’s Views album reached triple platinum status.

To no one’s surprise, Drake’s latest project, VIEWS is now certified triple-platinum. After reaching double-platinum about two months ago, Drizzy’s 2013 Nothing Was The Same album has also reached triple-platinum status this past March. Drake is currently on a positive wave with apparent projects alongside Gucci Mane and Kanye West in the works, respectively. (HYPEBEAST)

A month prior, Drake’s must-hear album made headlines for its consecutive weeks atop the sales charts.

Drake’s Views remains steady at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart for an 11th nonconsecutive week, as the set earned another 89,000 equivalent album units (down 3 percent) in the week ending July 21, according to Nielsen Music. Views has now earned the most weeks at No. 1 for an album since Taylor Swift’s 1989 spent its 11th and final week atop the list on the chart dated Feb. 21, 2015. The last album to lead for more than 11 weeks was the Frozen soundtrack (13 weeks, 2014). (Billboard)

Recently, vixen Amber Rose revealed her involvement on Drake’s chart-topping album.

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