Drake and 21 Savage dropped one of the biggest albums of 2022 with their collaborative project, “Her Loss,” which is now officially the most-streamed rap collaborative.

With 2.7 billion streams, “Her Loss” has now surpassed Kanye and Jay-Z’s “Watch the Throne,” which sits at 2.6 billion streams. 

“Her Loss” has been a force since it dropped, as it entered the charts at No. 1, with the biggest first-week numbers for a hip-hop album in 2022. The album also broke the record for biggest single-day streams on Spotify, and by December, the album had surpassed one billion streams on Spotify. This comes as Drake is coming off of a huge year with his “It’s All A Blur” tour with 21 Savage, which made him the first rapper to earn at least $5 million USD in revenue from a single arena concert in the United States. This came after his back-to-back shows in D.C., with each night grossing an average of $5.032 million USD in ticket sales and totaling $10.064 million USD.