(AllHipHop News) Drake broke all kinds of chart records when Scorpion hit iTunes and streaming services on June 29. The album's 732,000 first-week units were the most of 2018 so far, and the 25-track set became the first project to cross the 1 billion global streams mark.
Scorpion barely slowed down in week two. Drizzy added another 335,000 units, giving him the biggest second sales week since Adele’s 25 totaled 1.16 million second-week units in 2015.
Additionally, Drake's fifth studio album now owns two of the top three biggest streaming weeks in U.S. history. After bringing in 746 million streams (#1) last week, Scorpion collected 391 million streams (#3) in week two.
Post Malone splits those two totals. His Beerbongs & Bentleys mustered 431 million streams (#2) earlier this year. 2018's KOD by J. Cole is also among the top US streaming weeks with 323 million streams (#6).