Tuesday, July 5

Drake’s New Album Breaks Apple Music Records | Digital Trends Spanish

Drake’s new album, Certified Lover Boy, set a record for being Apple Music’s most-played album in less than 24 hours, is what Apple revealed to Billboard during the weekend. Additionally, it topped the platform’s album charts in 145 countries on the first day of its release.

The record, which was released on Friday, September 3 at midnight (EST), officially has the largest album debut in Apple Music history, surpassing its own record set in 2018 with Scorpion and becoming the artist with the most reproductions in streaming.

It is the artist’s sixth studio album, which is described by himself as “a combination of toxic masculinity and acceptance of the truth that is inevitably heartbreaking.”

The LP It contains 21 tracks and includes the songs with the best debut on the platform: “Girls Want Girls” with Lil Baby, “Champagne Poetry” and “Fair Trade”, featuring Travis Scott. The album also features the collaboration of other prominent rappers, such as Jay-Z, Future, Lil Wayne and Rick Ross.

On the other hand, the album cover was designed by British artist Damien Hirst and shows the emojis of 12 pregnant women with different skin tones and different colored shirts.

Drake revealed the cover a few days before the album was released on his social networks, and it attracted so much attention that other Twitter accounts shared their own version of it, including companies like Crocs and Adobe added to the game.

While it may be controversial and one of the most curious in hip hop history, for Drake, it has a art collection, the cover of his new album is just a piece of pop art aimed at the meme-loving public.

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