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Drake and 21 Savage Surpass JAY-Z and Kanye West’s Streaming Record with “Her Loss”



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Breaking a long-standing record, Drake and 21 Savage have outpaced JAY-Z and Kanye West for the most-streamed collaborative rap album of all time with “Her Loss.”

Released just over a year ago, “Her Loss” has amassed a staggering 2.7 billion streams on Spotify, eclipsing the previous record held by “Watch The Throne” with 2.6 billion streams.

Despite mixed reviews upon its release, the collaborative effort between Toronto and Atlanta natives was a commercial triumph, selling over 400,000 units in its first week. Over the past year, “Her Loss” has achieved double platinum status and secured a nomination for Best Rap Album at the 2024 Grammy Awards.

Gunna and Lil Baby’s “Drip Harder” claim the third spot on the list of most-streamed collaborative albums, while 21 Savage features in two other positions with “Without Warning” (with Offset and Metro Boomin) and “Savage Mode II” (with Metro Boomin).

“Her Loss” marks Drake’s second collaborative project after the double platinum-certified “What a Time to be Alive,” a joint mixtape with Future released in 2015. Recently, Drake announced a joint tour with J. Cole in 2024 following a successful tour with 21 Savage earlier this year in support of “Her Loss.”

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Titled the “It’s All a Blur — Big As the What? Tour,” the co-headlining tour will kick off in Denver in January, featuring 20 shows across the U.S., focusing on secondary markets outside the major ones, concluding in Birmingham, AL, in March. The tour follows their chart-topping collaboration “First Person Shooter” and aims to reach audiences traditionally underserved by major tours.

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The duo showcased their chemistry earlier this year at Cole’s Dreamville Festival, where Drake paid tribute to his friend with a rendition of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You,” delighting the crowd.

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