Kendrick Lamar’s “Not Like Us” Breaks Drake’s Spotify Record

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Kendrick Lamar’s “Not Like Us” Breaks Drake’s Spotify Record

The streaming numbers of “Not Like Us,” one of Kendrick Lamar‘s diss tracks aimed at Drake, has officially dethroned a Spotify record once held by Drizzy himself.

ChartData reports that “Not Like Us” now holds the Spotify record for the biggest single day streams of a hip-hop song, overtaking Drake and Lil Baby’s “Girls Like Girls.” The diss track hit No. 1 on the global Spotify chart with a daily high of 10.986 million streams, setting another record for the biggest streaming day for a hip-hop song in 2024 and surpassing the 6.593 million daily streams of “Girls Like Girls.”

Shortly after Dot and Drake’s back-and-forth over the weekend, authorities confirmed that the latter’s body guard was shot outside of Drake’s Bridle Path mansion at 2:00 a.m. on Tuesday morning. Toronto police are still investigating the matter.

Kendrick Lamar’s “Not Like Us” rises to #1 on the global Spotify chart with a new daily high of 10.986 million streams, up 41%.

Biggest streaming day for a hip-hop song in 2024. pic.twitter.com/4MnzG5XxXo

— chart data (@chartdata) May 7, 2024

.@kendricklamar‘s “Not Like Us” breaks the all-time record for biggest single day streams of a hip-hop song in US Spotify history, passing @Drake and @lilbaby4PF‘s “Girls Want Girls” (6.593 million). pic.twitter.com/YLN6KHSPcz

— chart data (@chartdata) May 7, 2024

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