A few weeks after the rollout of one of the most widely circulated and misleading albums in history, Kanye West’s “Danda” was finally officially released on streaming services, if not completely unprecedented, on Sunday morning. While it’s unclear exactly when the album was posted, a press release from West’s label Def Jam, announced that it arrived around 8:15 p.m.
About an hour and two hours later, the numbers are still circulating, but one thing that can be confirmed is, “Sunday, August 2, Kanye West’s ‘Danda’ broke the record for most released albums and artists in a single day by 2021,” Olivia Rodrigo and her debut Topping the album “Talk”, according to a representative of the streaming giant, is the world’s largest paid music subscription service.
As the week goes on, “Danda” looks set to break even more records – at least until Drake’s expected “Certified Lover Boy” album finally finishes on Friday. At the time of publication of this article, the songs of “Danda” occupied the top 10 places in Spotify’s Top 200, six more in 11 and 20 and six more in 21 and 30 and five more in 31 and 50. Of the 27 songs on the album, 23 are more than half of the top 50.
Although no official certificate was announced at the time of publication of this article, it is even bigger at Apple Music, with the album’s songs occupying the top 18 in its US Top 100, and seven more in the top 50.
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