Drake’s Album ‘Certified Lover Boy’ Breaks Apple Music’s One-Day Streaming Record

Drake’s latest album ‘Certified Lover Boy’, which was first released on September 3rd has already been breaking records on Apple Music. It’s been reported that it is now the most-streamed album in 24 hours in Apple Music’s history.

As reported by Billboard, Apple has stated that Certified Lover Boy has shattered the Apple Music record for one-day streams. It’s quite the accomplishment for an album that features 21-tracks. Though, anticipation has been running high for its release.

Certified Lover Boy is the sixth studio album from Canadian artist Drake. The album features a number of acclaimed artists such as Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Lil Baby, Future, and Rick Ross. It was executively produced by Drake himself alongside Noah “40” Shebib, Oliver El-Khatib and Noel Cadastre. Additionally, the album’s cover sports a series of Apple’s pregnant women emojis.

On top of breaking Apple Music’s one-day streaming record, Certified Lover Boy also previously broke the record for the most-streamed album in 2021 in 12 hours.

News of this comes days after Billboard reported that Kanya West’s ‘Donda’ set the record for the most-streamed album over 24 hours on Apple Music. During that time, Donda hit a total of 60 million plays in the US.