Olivia Rodrigo’s blockbuster “Drivers License” breaks Spotify record for most streams for a song in a single week

Disney star Olivia Rodrigo released her debut single “Drivers License” on January 8 — and it immediately ruled Spotify’s charts. The real time feature reported Friday that the passionate pop ditty about young misfortune broke the stage’s record for most surges of a tune in a solitary week.

Spotify’s worldwide week by week Top 200 diagram uncovered that the tune was streamed multiple times during the week finishing on January 14. The tune “DÁKITI” by Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez captured the number two spot on the outline, with “Blinding Lights” by The Weeknd coming in third.

Yet, most streams isn’t the solitary Spotify record the 17-year-old lark’s number bankrupt this previous week. Spotify tweeted on Wednesday that “Drivers License” set the stage’s precedent for most streams in a day for a non-occasion tune on January 11 and afterward beat its own record the next day.

The melody crested at 13,714,177 streams on Friday, as per Spotify’s outlines.

The melody is additionally tidying up on other streaming stages. The song broke the record for “the biggest first week streaming debut ever globally” on Amazon Music following its delivery, Amazon Music tweeted on Thursday. It additionally crushed the worldwide record for the most mentioned tune ever in one day on Alexa, the organization said.

It is as of now the most-played melody on Apple Music worldwide as of Sunday, as indicated by Apple.

Rodrigo initially started playing piano at 7, as per her profile on Interscope Records’ site. She figured out how to have guitar soon after handling an impact on the Disney arrangement “Bizaardvark,” which ran from 2016 until 2019.

Rodrigo as of now stars in Disney+’s “High School Musical: The Musical – The Series” and composed a tune for the show’s fourth scene, as per the site. The melody, named “All I Want,” is gold-guaranteed and has been spilled more than 200 million times, as per Interscope.