Following Beyonce’s lead, Canadian rapper Drake surprised fans just before Valentine’s Day by dropping a surprise 17-track album on Feb. 13 titled, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late when he posted a picture of the album’s cover art to Twitter.
The album features collaborations from Lil Wayne,Travi$ Scott and PartyNextDoor and was released just after Drake took to Twitter to debut a short film entitled Jungle which contained footage of historical scenes and even pictured a young Drake singing and rapping.
In light of Taylor Swift among many other artists who have pulled their music from Spotify, Drake’s latest album has broken a most-streamed debut week in Spotify history only beating out a record set by his 2013 album, Nothing Was the Same which held the record with 15.8 million streams in its debut week.
If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late broke the previously set record with 17.3 million streams in just three days following its release.
Billboard reported that the album may sell upwards of 400,000 copies, becoming the rapper’s fourth No. 1 album to date.
If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late can be streamed from Spotify here.