According to the RIAA, Drake and Future‘s “Diamonds Dancing” collaboration was certified Platinum on December 7th.
This means that the Metro Boomin, Ritter and Frank Dukes-co-produced track has been purchased/streamed over 1 million times since it was first released on What A Time To Be Alive on September 20th, 2015.
Congratulations to the 6 God and Super Future on this awesome achievement!
7 months after going triple Platinum, Drake and Future‘s “Jumpman” collaboration that was produced by Metro Boomin has now reached quadruple Platinum status.
The RIAA have announced that the song has surpassed 4 million streams/sales on December 7th since it was first released on What A Time To Be Alive in 2015.
Congratulations to Drizzy, the Astronaut Kid and Metro on this great achievement!
Last month on December 7th, the RIAA confirmed that Ariana Grande‘s “Side To Side” single featuring Nicki Minaj was certified Platinum.
After already having over 100 million views on the music video, the Max Martin, Alexander Kronlund and Savan Kotecha-co-produced collaboration has now had over 1 million sales/streams since it was first released in May, 2016.
Congratulations to Ariana and the Young Money Barbie on this great accomplishment!
According to the RIAA, Future‘s “Where Ya At” single featuring Drake was certified double Platinum on January 11th.
This means that the Metro Boomin-produced song has been purchased/streamed 2 million times since it was first released in the summer of 2015 on Super Future‘s DS2 album.
Congratulations to Future Hendrix and Drizzy on this great achievement!
According to the reliable concert database website POLLSTAR, Drake‘s “Summer Sixteen” tour collected around $84.3 million in 2016; making it the highest-earning rap tour with Kanye West’s “Saint Pablo” tour in second place grossing $52.8 million.
Click here to check out POLLSTAR’s “Year-End Top 100 Worldwide Tours” stats for 2016. Drizzy also shared this amazing news on his Instagram page here.
The 6 God will be soon kicking off his “The Boy Meets World” tour in Europe!
After Gucci Mane‘s “Both” collaboration with Drake debuted on Billboard‘s “Hot 100” chart at #41 this week, it has given the 6 God his 132nd hit of his career.
This means that he is now tied with his Young Money boss Lil Wayne for the most “Hot 100” entries among solo acts in the Billboard chart’s 58-year history.
Counting all acts, it is only the Glee Cast that are above Weezy and Drizzy with a total of 207 entries!
Drake‘s “One Dance” single featuring Kyla and Wizkid has become the first track to have over one billion streams on Spotify.
This is not the first accomplishment that Drizzy has with the streaming service as his Views project was also the first album to reach one billion plays on Spotify a few months back.
Congratulations to the 6 God on this amazing achievement. He was named Spotify‘s most-streamed artist of 2016 earlier this month too!