J. Cole breaks Spotify’s 2021 one-day streaming record

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J. Cole’s sixth studio album ‘The Off-Season’ has broken Spotify’s one-day streaming record for 2021.

J. Cole recently released his sixth studio album ‘The Off-Season’ which has smashed Spotify’s one-day streaming record for 2021, totaling 62 million streams. 

The album features high-profile collars from artists such as 21 Savage, Lil Baby, and Morray. Critics and fans are already labeling it the rapper’s best album to date. Prior to the album’s release the single ‘i n t e r l u d e’ debuted within the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100.

J. Cole is having an incredible launch with it breaking Spotify’s most-streamed album in a single day this year as well as an expected 300,000 units of sales in the album’s debut week, which will make it the biggest first-week release of 2021. 

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