31 May, 2016 - NME.com
Drake has recruited Justin Bieber to remix his hit single 'One Dance'.
Bieber’s remix was debuted for the first time over the weekend at an exclusive party in Monaco, where footage and audio of the record was captured and then shared on social media. You can view footage below.
Last year, Bieber remixed Drake’s 'Hotline Bling' but it never got an official release.
Back in 2012, the two also teamed up on Bieber’s 'Right Here'.
'One Dance' recently secured the longest reign at Number One in the UK single charts in nine years, after it spent a seventh straight week at number one.
Justin x drake remix!!! Ahh pic.twitter.com/UYNNWwtM0m— jb (@Jelysandra) May 29, 2016
another snippet of the Jb x drake remix pic.twitter.com/RmWAE9Mtez— jb (@Jelysandra) May 29, 2016
Part 2 of the another snippet lol pic.twitter.com/LSpUnPw8iW— jb (@Jelysandra) May 29, 2016
The track, featuring Wizkid and Kyla, is the first to spend seven consecutive weeks at the top since Leona Lewis' 'Bleeding Love', which spent the same amount of time at the top in 2007.
But if the song continues to hold the top spot this week, it will become the longest-reigning chart topper since Rihanna's Umbrella, which spent a mammoth 10 weeks at number one when also released in 2007.
Drake's recent album ‘Views’ achieved over half-a-billion streams in the US in just three weeks.
‘Views’ has broken streaming records in each of the three weeks it has been on sale, beating the record of 115 million streams set by Beyonce in the first week that her album ‘Lemonade’ was released in April.
In its first week, ‘Views’ was streamed 245 million times, when it was only available on Apple Music. It fell to 141 million streams the week after, before climbing to 185 million streams last week, when it became available on other streaming services as well as Apple Music. These figures amount to a total of 572 million streams and don’t include figures outside of the US.