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Jay-Z, Kanye West dethroned as Drake, 21 Savage steal Spotify streaming title

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372 days after its release, Drake and 21 Savage’s “Her Loss” album has surpassed Jay-Z and Kanye West’s “Watch the Throne” album’s 2.6 billion streams amassing over 2.7 billion streams on Spotify and clinching the title of most-streamed collaborative rap album of all time.


“Her Loss,” despite receiving mixed reviews upon its release, has long proven to be a commercial success after it reportedly moved over 400,000 units in its first week of sales. With the latest feat however, Drake and 21 Savage have broken JAY-Z and Kanye West’s long-standing record.

Meanwhile, “Her Loss” is the first joint album between the Toronto and Atlanta natives and was earlier in the year, certified double platinum. The joint album has also been nominated for Best Rap Album at the 2024 Grammy Awards.

Additionally, “Her Loss” is Drake’s second collaborative project after “What a Time to be Alive,” a joint mixtape with Future that was released in 2015 and has also been certified double platinum.

Recall that Drake also recently announced that he will be embarking on a joint tour with J. Cole in 2024 after touring with 21 Savage earlier this year in support of the Her Loss album, and this is coming on the heels of their chart-topping collaboration “First Person Shooter,” from Drizzy’s For All the Dogs LP.

Coming third place on the list of most-streamed collaborative albums is “Drip Harder” by Gunna and Lil Baby while Savage also occupies the two other positions in the top five with “Without Warning which was made with Offset and Metro Boomin, and “Savage Mode II,” also in collaboration with Metro Boomin.

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