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Kendrick Lamar’s Diss Tracks Outperforms Drake’s Diss in Streaming Revenue

Kendrick Lamar and his  Dominance in Streaming Revenue Over Drake

Kendrick Lamar has not only emerged victorious in his lyrical battle with Drake but also in terms of streaming revenue. According to the latest report from HITS Daily Double, Kendrick’s diss tracks aimed at Drake have been raking in substantial streaming revenues.

Kendrick Lamar’s Diss Tracks Outperform Drake’s With Massive Six-Figure Streaming Revenues

– “Not Like Us”: Premiered at No. 1 on the chart, generating over $275,000 from 58.7 million streams and $13,500 from pure sales, totaling $277,954.
– “Euphoria”: Secured the third spot with 45,755,000 streams, translating to $205,896 in revenue along with $6,689 from sales, totaling $212,586.
– “Like That”: Ranked at No. 5, accumulating almost $135,725 from nearly 30 million streams and over 3,000 in sales.
– “Meet the Grahams”: Debuted at No. 10 with 20,478,000 streams, earning $92,147 from streaming and $6,174 from sales, totaling $98,322.

In total, Kendrick Lamar’s diss tracks amassed a whopping $724,587 in streaming revenue for the past week. On the other hand, Drake’s track “Family Matters” landed at No. 6, earning him $134,184 in total from streaming and sales.

Kendrick Lamar’s success continued as “Not Like Us” broke a Spotify record by surpassing 100 million streams, making it the fastest hip-hop song to achieve this milestone in history, overtaking Drake’s “God’s Plan.”

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