The single is also on track to top the Billboard charts

Kendrick Lamar’s seemingly final diss track in his ongoing feud with rapper Drake has broken Spotify’s streaming records since its release on Saturday.

“Not Like Us,” the track that included claims Drake had a history of pursuing relationships with underage women and called him and acquaintances “certified paedophiles,” broke Spotify’s single-day streaming record for a hip-hop song with 6.59 million listens.

As if that wasn’t enough, the song earned the title by breaking Drake’s record achieved in 2021 with the song “Girls Want Girls.”

On Wednesday, Billboard said the single was on “track to be a strong contender for a No. 1 Hot 100 debut next week.”

Additionally, the single shot to the top of every relevant daily or real-time chart including Apple Music, YouTube Trending and iTunes.

On Wednesday, five of the nine diss tracks released in the ongoing feud were in the top 12 spots on the Apple Music charts, with Lamar’s “Not Like Us” leading the way.

Read about the feud.

The only single missing from the charts is Drake’s “Taylor Made Freestyle.” It was removed from streaming after Tupac Shakur’s estate threatened legal action for the use of his AI-generated voice in the song).

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