Another day, another historic moment for Drake. The Toronto native achieved an impressive milestone after Spotify deemed him 2015’s most-streamed artist.

Spanning the globe, Drizzy garnered 1.8 billion streams thanks to 46 million listeners, Entertainment Weekly reports. Stateside, Fetty Wap also made streaming history with the most-streamed track being “Trap Queen.” The New Jersey native had a crazy rookie year run, and he even capped off his musical sprint with the latest EP For My Fans.

For Drake, his year-in-domination began in February with the release of If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, which went platinum the following month. The project took listeners on a lyrical tour of his hometown, which was later followed up by another mixtape alongside Future. What A Time To Be Alive saw the pair trading bars over 40, Southside, Metro Boomin, Boi-1da and many more producers’ instrumentals, which was a surprise project for both artists’ fans who probably couldn’t get enough of the duo after their “Where Ya At” collaboration.

Drake is reportedly dropping his Views From The 6 album this year or as early as January 2016, but hopefully we can get it sooner than later.

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