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Chris Brown Breaks Record for Most Certified Videos on Vevo as Male Artist; Latest Album Surpasses 1 Billion Streams on Spotify

Drai’s resident and R&B superstar Chris Brown has just hit a couple of monumental achievements, proudly sharing on his Instagram that he has broke his tie with Ozuna for the most certified music videos on Vevo as a male artist, and that his latest 45-track album Heartbreak on a Full Moon surpassed 1 billion streams on Spotify:

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His music video for “Run It!” featuring Juelz Santana has just surpassed 100 million views on Vevo, reaching certification and therefor breaking the record as a male artist, now with an impressive 41 videos that have over 100 million views under his belt. And what a way break the tie, as “Run It!” was his debut single that was released way back in 2005, being only 16 years old and discovered as a teenager. Since then Chris Brown has been a force to be reckoned with, being one of the most accomplished men in the music industry thanks to his multiple talents and versatility, helping him break into different markets.

With a dedicated fan base like no other, it was only a matter of time that Chris Brown’s latest three-hour-long opus Heartbreak on a Full Moon would reach the 1 billion streams mark. Drake and XXXTentacion have both reached these numbers this year but since he’s classified within the soul genre on Spotify, he’s accompanied by two more of the industry’s heavy hitters: Khalid and Bryson Tiller. HBOAFM made headlines worldwide not only from its massive tracklisting, but with a host of chart-toppers that came our way throughout the end of 2017 and beyond. On behalf of everyone at Drai’s, we want to extend our congratulations to Chris Brown on reaching these incredible milestones!



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