Drake was the greatest artist on Spotify a year ago. He has entered this year in the same number. His new collection, "More life," has broken the U.S. record for the quantity of streams online from a solitary collection in 7 days. Drake has always been a cross-stage social marvel for years. He is a lyricist, actor, rap artist, producer and vocalist. He has managed to be a successful media sensation long after he swung into rapping back in 2006. Regardless of whether it’s his own hits or whether he is a feature for other chart-topping artists, Drake stands as one of the greatest entertainers of all-time.

His new album now gives him another title. He is now an artist who breaks records.

Album is a successful production

The artist's collection contains 22-tracks. It has recorded 385 million streams over all media outlets in its first week. This feat in Drake’s career breaks his own record. Prior to this success, Drake dropped the "Views" album in 2016. It originally possessed the title with 245 million streams. Drake’s new CD is his seventh back-to-back collection to make a grand entrance at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. It had rivals from new collections by Rick Ross, the "Beauty and the Beast" soundtrack, and Ed Sheeran.

'More Life' brings in more numbers

The Canadian native's album now tops the Billboard 200 for the second week in a row.

The set sold more than 225,000 units last week. This remarkable success is actually considered a decline in sales compared to the 505,000 units it sold in its debut.

"More Life" is now currently standing as Drake's second collection to procure more than a solitary week at No. 1. His album "Views" counted 13 nonconsecutive weeks in 2016.

His other No. 1 collections that all had weeks at No. 1 were "If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late," "What A Time to Be Alive," "Thank Me Later," "Take Care," and "Nothing Was the Same."

With the record-breaking album notching another week at No. 1, "More Life" announces Drake as Billboard's No.1 artist on the Top 200 for 20 cumulative weeks.

Only a small portion of hip hop artists have their names listed as No.1 for an extensive number of weeks. Among them are M.C. Pound, Eminem, and Jay-Z.