Drake continues to shatter records. His smash hit "One Dance" is officially the most streamed song in Spotify history, according to the popular music platform.

The radio-friendly, dancehall-inspired record has surpassed 880 million streams. Major Lazer, DJ Snake and MØ's banger "Lean On" had 526 million plays when it gained the top spot in November 2015. "Lean On" now falls to second place in all-time Spotify streams. According to Spotify, Drake's entire Spotify discography has more than 8 billion total streams.

Drizzy's new achievement comes two weeks after he broke a 32-year-old record held by Michael Jackson. On Oct. 10, the Toronto artist received 13 American Music Award nominations, beating the King of Pop's previous record of 11 nods from 1984. The Boy's latest album Views was his first project to go triple platinum. In late September, the album hit over one billion streams on Apple Music. Then, in early October, Drizzy took home Album of the Year at the 2016 BET Hip-Hop Awards, beating out Kanye West's The Life of Pablo, Future's DS2, Fetty Wap's self-titled debut album and DJ Khaled's I Changed A Lot.

A few days later, the OVO frontman announced an upcoming international tour. The Boy Meets World Tour kicks off on Jan. 21 in Amsterdam and will wrap up on March 16 in Cologne. Drizzy plans to stop in cities including London, Dubin, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Berlin, Paris and more. You can view the full list of tour dates below, and cop your tickets right here.

The Boy Meets World Tour
Jan. 21 – Amsterdam
Jan. 22 – Amsterdam
Jan. 26 – Glasgow
Jan. 28 – London
Jan. 30 – London
Feb. 1 – London
Feb. 2 – London
Feb. 4 – London
Feb. 5 – London
Feb. 8 – Leeds
Feb. 11 – Manchester
Feb. 12 – Manchester
Feb. 17 – Sheffield
Feb. 19 – Dublin
Feb. 22 – Birmingham
Feb. 23 – Birmingham
Feb. 25 – Oberhausen
Feb. 28 – Antwerp
Mar. 4 – Stockholm
Mar. 5 – Oslo
Mar. 7 – Copenhagen
Mar. 9 – Berlin
Mar. 10 – Hamburg
Mar. 12 – Paris
Mar. 13 – Paris
Mar. 16 – Cologne

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