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Drake’s More Life has just hit another milestone. The massively popular playlist, which has topped the Billboard 200 for three weeks straight, has already surpassed one billion streams, according to Billboard.

This is a staggering feat that dwarfs competitors. Ed Sheeran’s ÷, for instance, has amassed 599 million streams of its songs and it’s been out for five weeks. Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic — which has been out for 20 weeks — has reached 470 million streams. Both are whopping figures that pale in comparison to Aubrey’s latest numbers.

The 6 God has seen this before. His last album, Views, is the most streamed LP of all time with more than 3.48 billion on-demand audio streams to date, according to the report.

Released last month, More Life opened with major figures, selling 505,000 equivalent album units in its first week. It went on to top the charts and helped Drake shatter streaming records almost immediately.

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