Another day, another record for Drizzy. According to Chart Data's tweet, Drake is officially the first artist in history to generate 50 billion total streams on Spotify.

According to ChartMasters, the Canadian rapper has accumulated a total of 50,001,998,828 over the years. The impressive stats include 35,704,203,269 streams for songs in which Drake is credited as the lead and 14,297,795,559 in which he is a featured artist.

Of course, with his highly-anticipated studio album ‘Certified Lover Boy’ said to drop on January 29, the number of streams will undoubtedly increase significantly in 2021.

The news comes after Spotify revealed that Drake was the most-streamed artist of the 2010s, with his hit record ‘One Dance’ the second most-streamed song of the 2010s behind Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape Of You’.

2020 was also the year that saw Drake and Future take the top spot for YouTube’s top music videos in the UK for their track ‘Life Is Good’ while ‘Toosie Slide’ came in at number 10.

The record-breaking news comes over a decade after Drake first entered the Hot 100 at No. 92 on May 23, 2009, with his record ‘Best I Ever Had’. Over the years, the hitmaker has collaborated with Rihanna and Mary J. Blige to Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj, earning his stripes as one of the most successful artists of our era.

In the ten years since his breakthrough mixtape ‘So Far Gone’ dropped, Drake has released an impressive five studio albums, three compilations, six mixtapes and 55 singles outselling the likes of Jay-Z, Eminem and Tupac.

As we patiently await his sixth studio album, now is an excellent time to stream some of Drizzy’s greatest hits.