As further exemplified by his first-day streaming numbers, Drake has made a welcome return to the music game this January, recently unleashing his two-single EP, Scary Hours.
According to reports, the track "God's Plan," which is full of subliminals, broke records on two of the largest streaming platforms alike, making history on both Apple Music and Spotify alike.
As confirmed by Zane Lowe, Drizzy's "God's Plan" single has been streamed over 14 million times, breaking the worldwide Apple Music first-day streaming record.
Additionally, he also took home the top prize at Spotify, with the single earning 4,326,679 streams in its first day, a new record for the streaming giant.
Drake, being the gentleman that he is, took to Instagram to not only celebrate his own victory but to share the spotlight with his friend LeBron James, who recently scored his 30,000 career point.
So. Much. Winning.
Take a listen to Drake's latest here and see him celebrating accordingly, below.
Drake's "God's Plan" has broken the US Spotify record for biggest single day (4,326,679 streams on Jan. 22).— chart data (@chartdata) January 23, 2018