According to Rolling Stone Charts, Drake’s new album “Certified Lover Boy” outperformed the streams of Kanye West’s event record “Donda” in just three days.
Alpha Data, the analytics service provider that contributed to this ranking, claims that from Friday September 3 to Sunday September 5, “Certified Boyfriend Boy” was streamed over 430 million times in the United States. Meanwhile, “Donda” racked up 423 million streams across all major streaming platforms in its first eight days.
“Certified Boyfriend Boy”, Drake’s sixth album, was released last Friday, while “Donda” is available through Sunday, August 29.
Also, the two actors recently exchanged some spades on social networks, a feud that Didi wanted to end.
In a video posted to Instagram by DJ Academics, the rapper said, “I’ve listened to both of these albums, and for starters, I just want to say that you are both the kings of creativity. You are both special and in need. Thank you for inspiring us. I want to make sure hip-hop knows our reach and influence. I really want to take my hat off of you because you share the truth. A few days ago though, Kanye claimed that his record company had released “Donda” without his consent. On Instagram, the interpreter for “Stronger” effectively indicated that his project was not completely finished, adding that Universal had released it without their support. “Universal released my album without my consent and we took Jail 2 (a song, editor’s note) off the record,” he wrote.
However, label sources told Variety that the allegations were “bizarre.”
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