Drake Reaches His 50 Billion Spotify Milestone And Returns To The Studio

OVO Sound boss Drake isn’t slowing down anything. Instead, the hip-hop superstar has teased fans about himself gearing up to drop some much-needed new tunes.

Drake’s Recording Studio Return

Drizzy went to his Instagram Story with the biggest tease. Without providing any context, the 6 God shared a pic of himself in a recording studio surrounded by equipment and a mixing screen.

The rap heavyweight is back-back. Rap star Drake is back on his music grind going to his Instagram Story with a sneak peek of himself in the recording studio. He’s shown in the pic sitting on a chair and presumably fine-tuning new music off his upcoming Certified Lover Boy album.


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Drake’s recording studio return.

Future Acknowledges Drake’s Streaming Dominance

Drake is the first artist to hit 50 billion streams on Spotify. Atlanta rapper and frequent collaborator Future has played a role in some of that success, as the pair have worked together on tracks like “Life Is Good” and “Where Ya At.” Future went on Twitter this week to shout-out Drizzy’s accomplishment.

“50 billion streams SHEESH congrats to THE BOY”

Drake Makes History

OVO Sound boss Drake is just different when it comes to this music stuff. His streaming achievement comes as the 6 God prepares to release a much-needed new Certified Lover Boy album to the masses.

[email protected] has now surpassed 50 billion streams on Spotify across all credits. He is the first artist in history to hit this milestone.

Lil Baby Hits Bahamas With Drizzy

Recently, social media erupted with applause courtesy of some major Drake news. Buzz developed about rap star Lil Baby linking up with Drizzy and fellow rap peer Meek Mill in the Bahamas presumably for new music.

Drake in the Bahamas with Meek Mill and Lil Baby.

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