Roc Nation’s J. Cole has plenty to smile about. The hip-hop star’s new KOD has dethroned an Apple Music record previously held by OVO Sound boss Drake.

According to reports, Cole’s new KOD release managed to snag nearly 65 million streams in a 24 hour span.

J. Cole’s fifth album, KOD, has broken Apple Music’s record for streams in the first 24 hours in the US with 64.5 million streams on its first day, Apple tells The Verge. KOD surpassed the previous record holder, Drake’s Views, by nearly 1 million streams. Seven out of the top 10 most streamed songs in a 24-hour period on Apple Music are now from KOD. (The Verge)

Over the weekend, hip-hop artist Fabolous and Golden State Warriors’ Kevin Durant dished on his new LP.

Last week, hip-hop veterans Nas and T.I. saluted the newly released KOD project.

KOD ✊🏾

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Looking forward to this. Congrats @realcoleworld On another one in the books!!!! #KOD

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Cole’s new album almost immediately shot to the top of the iTunes charts.

J. Cole has created a powerful trailer for the just-released KOD (Dreamsville/Roc Nation/Interscope), which, as he explains at the top of the piece, as well as at listening events in New York and London, stands for “kids on drugs.” The album has flown to #1 at iTunes in the U.S. and 35 other territories (including but not limited to Ireland, Israel, Jordan, Burkina Faso and The Cayman Islands) and top 5 in more than 100 more. (HITS Daily Double)