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HOW HIGH CAN RODRIGO GO? (UPDATE)

Geffen's Olivia Rodrigo has logged another day of shattering streaming records on Spotify with "drivers license." On Tuesday's charts, she surpassed Drake for the biggest single-day on Spotify with 6.1m streams.

UPDATE: Spotify has issued a statement clarifying the peaks "drivers license" has reached on its Global chart: "On January 11, Olivia Rodridgo’s “drivers license” set the Spotify record for most streams in a day for a non-holiday song with over 15.17M global streams. On January 12, the song continued to beat its own record with over 17.01M streams." (We previously reported 13.4m streams as the peak, with SpotifyCharts.com as our source.) 

This now puts Rodrigo at #2 overall for the most single-day streams on Spotify; she trails Mariah Carey by approximately 200k streams. 

Rodrigo also broke the U.S. record for first-week streams on Spotify, logging 30.4m streams this week. 


How much can she grow? 

"drivers license" is beginning to cut through the holiday boom of 2020, which landed six tracks at the biggest global peaks. Rodrigo now ranks third. 

For reference, see the biggest daily Spotify peaks below. 

Spotify U.S. daily peaks
Olivia Rodrigo, "drivers license," 6.14m
Drake, "Nonstop," 5.7m
Drake, "Survival," 5.3m

Spotify Global daily peaks (non-holiday)
Olivia Rodrigo, "drivers license," 17.01m (updated)
Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber, "I Don't Care," 10.9m
Ariana Grande, "7 rings," 10.4m

Spotify Global daily peaks (including holiday)
Mariah Carey, "All I Want for Christmas Is You," 17.2m
Olivia Rodrigo, "drivers license," 17.01m (updated)
Wham!, "Last Christmas," 15.8m

 

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