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Drake's new album Scorpion smashes two major streaming records - previously held by Drake
Smashing records with Scorpion (Picture; Getty)

Drakes new album Scorpion has smashed two major streaming records in less than 48 hours of release.

The 31-year-old rappers album broke the global record on Spotify for the most streams ever for individual tracks – at 132 million while Apple Music confirmed that the album also shattered its single-day record as well, with more than 170 million streams.

Drakes 2017 mixtape More Life held the previous record, with 89.9 million streams on its first day.

The records come as Drake confirmed that he has a secret son on his new double album.

The rumours that Drizzy is a daddy began last month during the rappers feud with Pusha T, when the latters track The Story Of Adinon accused Drake of fathering a child called Adonis with a porn star.

Drake stayed silent on the accusation, but now, the 31-year-old has acknowledged his baby daddy status.

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In the track Emotionless, Drake declares: I wasnt hiding my kid from the world/I was hiding the world from my kid.

On the song March 14, Drake – real name Aubrey Graham – also appears to address his relationship with his sons mother Sophie Brussaux by referencing Michael Jacksons Billie Jean.

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He is heard rapping: Shes not my lover like Billie Jean but the kid is mine/ Sandi used to tell me all it takes it one time, and all it took was one time/ Shit, we only met two times, two times.

(Sandi is in reference to Drakes mum Sandi Graham.)

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It was also claimed that Drake had been rapping about Bella Hadid in one track, although the 21-year-old model slammed the rumours, claiming that the song is nothing to do with her.

Taking to Twitter she wrote: Not me!!! Thats disrespectful. WHY CANT PPL BE FRIENDS W/o all the insinuation (sic).

MORE: Drake hints that Scorpion could be last album

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