The first joint album between the Toronto and Atlanta natives, Her Loss received mixed reviews upon release but was a commercial success, moving over 400,000 units in its first week of sales.
In the year since, the album has been certified double platinum and is nominated for Best Rap Album at the 2024 Grammy Awards.
Most streamed rap collab albums EVER on Spotify 👥🔥
2.7b – Her Loss
2.6b – Watch The Throne
2.5b – Drip Harder
2.4b – Without Warning
2.2b – Savage Mode II
2.0b – What A Time To Be Alive
1.4b – WRLD On Drugs
1.3b – Savage Mode
1.0b – Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho
924m – Kids See…
— Hip Hop All Day (@HipHopAllDayy) November 13, 2023
In third place on the list of most-streamed collaborative albums is Drip Harder by Gunna and Lil Baby, while Savage also occupies the two other positions in the top five with Without Warning, which was made with Offset and Metro Boomin, and Savage Mode II, also in collaboration with Metro Boomin.
Her Loss is Drake’s second collaborative project after What a Time to be Alive, a joint mixtape with Future that was released in 2015 and has also been certified double platinum.
Drake also recently announced that he will be embarking on a joint tour with J. Cole in 2024 after touring with 21 Savage earlier this year in support of Her Loss.
Coming on the heels of their chart-topping collaboration “First Person Shooter,” from Drizzy’s For All the Dogs LP, the co-headlining tour — billed as the It’s All a Blur — Big As the What? Tour — will begin in Denver in January.
From there, the Hip Hop heavyweights will play a further 20 shows across the U.S. in cities outside of the usual major markets, wrapping things up in Birmingham, AL in March.
“The run is for the secondary market we don’t get to go to as much and do shows like how we use to,” Cole’s manager, Ibrahim “IB” Hamad, explained.
Cole and Drake performed together earlier this year at the former’s Dreamville Festival, where the OVO Sound boss serenaded his close friend and collaborator with a rendition of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” along with the crowd.