Drake’s fifth studio album “Scorpion” has upped the ante with its record breaking first day steaming numbers.

 

The Canadian rapper and hitmaker has smashed first day stream numbers on both Spotify and Apple Music and is on its way to logging the best streaming week of all time.

 

The album has debuted at #1 in 92 countries on Apple Music with 132 million streams on Spotify and 170 million streams on Apple Music. Drake currently occupies 17 of the top 20 slots on Spotify’s Global Top 50 chart, along with 23 of the top 25 slots on the United States Top 50 chart.

 

“Scorpion” was released on June 29 by Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records and Republic Records.

 

A double album consisting of 25 tracks, its A-side is primarily a hip hop album, whilst its B-side has been described as R&B and pop.

 

The album features guest appearances from Jay-Z and Ty Dolla Sign as well as posthumous appearances from Michael Jackson and Static Major, and additional vocals by a variety of artists, including James Fauntleroy, PartyNextDoor, Nicki Minaj, Future and Nai Palm.

 

The album is executively produced by frequent collaborator Noah “40” Shebib and manager Oliver El-Khatib, and features production from 40 alongside a variety of record producers, including No I.D., Boi-1da, DJ Premier, DJ Paul, T-Minus, Murda Beatz, Cardo and Noel Cadastre, among others.

 

It was supported by the singles God’s Plan, Nice for What, I’m Upset, In My Feelings and Don’t Matter to Me. The former two singles reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 prior to the album’s release.

 

Listen to Drake’s fifth studio album “Scorpion” on Spotify: