Drake’s ‘Views’ Has Over 3 Billion Spotify Streams

Drake’s Views recently been hitting some landmark milestones on Spotify doing some huge numbers. With calculations from Music Ally, songs on the album have surpassed a staggering 3 billion total streams — 3,043,000,000 to be semi-exact.

Views debuted on Apple Music on April 28 and there it stayed until May 13, when it hit Spotify and other streamers. The album, which has also been streamed over a billion times on Apple, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart dated May 21 and spent a total of 26 weeks in the top five. (It slipped to No. 7 on this week’s chart.)

The biggest track on Views is, of course, “One Dance,” which at 924.5 million stands as Spotify’s most streamed track ever. Then comes album closer “Hotline Bling” with 556 million spins, followed by “Too Good” at 426.5 million. The least streamed track on the album? That would be “Summers Over Interlude,” with a paltry 23.5 million listens.

Views Streams (in millions)

1. Keep the Family Close: 32.8
2. 9: 44.1
3. U With Me?: 38.9
4. Feel No Ways: 51.8
5. Hype: 68.5
6. Weston Road Flows: 32.5
7. Redemption: 37.2
8. With You: 65.7
9. Faithful: 32.1
10. Still Here: 80.2
11. Controlla: 256
12. One Dance: 924.5
13. Grammys: 65.2
14. Childs Play: 68.6
15. Pop Style: 165
16. Too Good: 426.5
17. Summers Over Interlude: 23.5
18. Fire & Desire: 44.5
19. Views: 29.7
20. Hotline Bling: 556

Over on YouTube, “Hotline Bling,” which also started out as an Apple-funded exclusive, recently joined “Gangnam Style,” “Uptown Funk,” “Blank Space,” “Hello” and about 30 others in the billion-views club. The meme-spurring video has been thumbs-uped over 4.4 million times, and thumb-downed around 410,000 times.

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