21 Savage says black people don't listen to Drake. 21 Savage says he wouldn't listen to Drake if he wasn't a rapper. Did 21 Savage Expose the Truth About Drake's Fanbase or Streaming Farms? 21 Savage Drake streaming farms details

Drake is one of the best sellers across all genres of music, but there are some things about the numbers he does the some people consider strange. This brings up the question who is the demographic streaming most of Drake’s music? Is it men, women, suburbanites, people in the hood, white people, black people, or everybody from these groups? 21 Savage may have revealed the answer.

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21 Savage Says Black People Don’t Listen to Drake Like That

If you go on social media you will often times see people in hip-hop discussions confused at the numbers Drake does, because they will claim they don’t really hear people listening to him in real life. One thing that’s sometimes easy to notice in these discussions is that most of the time the people that do say they have friends that listen to Drake a lot are usually people who aren’t black.

In a new interview with DJ Akademiks, 21 Savage said black people don’t listen to Drake like that. He added that black people listen to artists like Future more than Drake, but often times are not listening through streaming platforms, so the streaming numbers don’t represent reality. 21 Savage said if he wasn’t a rapper he wouldn’t listen to Drake, which means he listens to Drake for business reasons.

Did 21 Savage Expose Drake Label using Streaming Farms?

His revelation made people think back to accusations that Drake’s streaming numbers are manipulated to make him appear more popular than he is. If that were true, it would mean people across all demographics aren’t listening to Drake as much as the numbers appear to make it seem. Just recently there was a very sketchy fall off in his album sales, that made people wonder if CLB album sales were manipulated.

Take a listen to what 21 Savage said about Drake.

For reference this videos shows what a small streaming farm can look like. Of course major music labels would have massive streaming farms like this if they were using them to manipulate streams without getting caught.

Is 21 Savage telling the truth about Drake’s fanbase, or is he big capping? Over the years after Meek Mill exposed he uses ghostwriters, Drake has been categorized by many as a pop artist who raps, so it wouldn’t surprising if his fanbase is more similar to an artist like Taylor Swift than people think. That’s definitely not a bad thing in terms of making the most revenue, which is the main endgame making music.

Author: JordanThrilla Staff

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