Drake's New Album Breaks Spotify and Apple Music Streaming Records

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But don't consider this a successor to "Views". A few weeks later, she had already found someone else while Drake was on stage whining about what went wrong.

The Verge also notes that Drake's "More Life" set records on Beats 1, as well. Pictured: Drake on September 23, 2016 in Las Vegas.

In a short introduction on Apple Music, the 30-year-old wrote: "They say that we could live forever / At night I pray it's true / I've done so much in my short time / And still there's more to do".

At over one hour long, you would think "More Life" would get boring, but for a playlist, it's surprisingly cohesive. What sets the work apart from a mixtape or studio album is its informal presentation.

Drake rhymes, "I could never have a kid, then be out here still kidding around/Boys playing around, where you really wanna take it now?"

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The full story is in the large expanse of sound. United Kingdom rapper Giggs, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Sampha and the long awaited Kanye feature were my personal favorites.

When Jennifer Lopez and Drake seemingly coupled up earlier this year, the internet was ablaze with theories.

But it got a little weird on his track "Teenage Fever". If it's a standard collection of songs mostly featuring Drake, it will be measured like a Drake album, likely all the way to the top of the charts. While Skepta's sound may be tough to swallow at first, it's not hard to see why he is a favorite of Drake and Kanye West. The hip-hop artist has hit up Miami amid ample More Life-inspired emojis taking over his social media pages. Pictured: Skepta on February 22, 2017 in London. "I'll be back 2018 and get you the summary". While that's up for debate, Drizzy shows a hunger on the song that was missing from "Views". But Lopez is missing from the final version, with her part replaced by United Kingdom newcomer Jorja Smith.

Meanwhile, "Free Smoke" has him reference how he won the feud against Meek despite the latter's accusations that Drake had his lyrics ghostwritten, saying, "How you let the kid fightin' ghostwritin' rumors turn you to a ghost?" Twitter was all jokes about that song as well, laughing at the fact that all the talk about their rumored relationship seemingly amounted to a simple sample clearance.

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