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Kendrick Lamar’s “Not Like Us” Soars to #1 on Global Spotify Chart

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Kendrick Lamar’s latest track, “Not Like Us,” has skyrocketed to the top of the global Spotify chart, marking a new milestone for the genre. The song amassed a staggering 10.986 million streams in a single day, a remarkable 41% increase, making it the biggest streaming day for a hip-hop song in 2024.

Lamar’s anthem not only claimed the global throne but also etched its name in the annals of Spotify history by breaking the record for the most significant single-day streams of a hip-hop song on the US platform. Surpassing the previous record-holder, Drake and Lil Baby’s “Girls Want Girls,” Lamar’s “Not Like Us” amassed 6.593 million streams, solidifying its dominance.

The achievement is a testament to Lamar’s enduring influence and the fervent anticipation surrounding his music. “Not Like Us” has captivated audiences with its compelling lyrics and infectious beats, resonating deeply with listeners worldwide.

The surge in streams propels “Not Like Us” to join the elite ranks of the most streamed hip-hop songs in US Spotify history, with a noteworthy position at #12. This feat further cements Lamar’s status as a trailblazer in the genre, with his impact reverberating across the music industry.

“Not Like Us” secures its place among the top-performing hip-hop tracks in Spotify’s history, claiming the fourth spot in the global single-day streaming peaks. With an impressive 10.99 million streams, Lamar’s anthem stands shoulder to shoulder with chart-topping hits from renowned artists.


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