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The Weeknd Breaks Spotify Single Day Stream Record

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Nov 29, 2016.

  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

  2. Pretty sure this record was previously held by Kendrick.

    I don't like things being taken away from Kendrick :redanger:
  3. Bryan Diem


    Cool for him but album was pretty meh. Felt it on some songs but not a ton of them.
  4. jjnunn118

    Signal Vs. Noise Prestigious

    Kendrick is on this album, so he's at least a part of it still?
    Chase Tremaine likes this.
  5. Ha! Good point.
  6. Steeeve Perry


    Having too many songs on your album will help streaming numbers. Just ask Drake.
  7. Letterbomb31

    Trusted Prestigious

    I'm probably responsible for 80% of those streams
  8. Mike


    Having songs that are enjoyable to listen to also help streaming numbers.

    Good for Abel. I think the album is fun and I find his popularity fascinating; I wouldn't have expected his success to be as big as it is. He is quite consistent on each release and I enjoy his music.
  9. Chaplain Tappman

    Trusted Prestigious

    pretty much yeah
  10. Chaplain Tappman

    Trusted Prestigious

    we're probably gonna start seeing a lot of really large, unwieldy albums getting dropped. views numbers so inflated due to singles and tracklist length but so enticing for labels
  11. ComedownMachine

    Prestigious Supporter

    I feel like this may have applied to some parts on TLOP. Like making FSMH pt 1 and 2 different tracks, and making Frank's Track separate from Wolves.
  12. Steeeve Perry


    Yeah I quite like him too. It's just super transparent when these albums become overblown to up the streams. That was a main reason for TLOP being updated as well I'd wager.