More Life also helped Drake break his own record for the most simultaneously charted songs.
The video looks set to drop on March 31.
The Ziggo Dome show was pushed back on doctor’s orders.
The playlist-style project shifted 505,000 equivalent album units in its first week.
The playlist, which broke streaming records in its first 24 hours, continues to raise the bar seven days out.
In an exclusive interview with The FADER, he spoke about sex, Drake, Migos, and his plans for new music.
An unfiltered conversation about coming out, Drake, Migos, and… Portland?
According to the playlist project’s Amazon listing, the physical version is due out March 31.
On the playlist, each sound is geographically mapped and celebrated.
He also got the More Life flower.
The “playlist” thing is more than just a gimmick.
When “dancehall” actually means “Other-y seeming / Afro-something / Can’t quite place it.”
Tracks we love right now. In no particular order.
An Apple rep confirmed the record breaking figures to The FADER.