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J. Cole Is #1 On Streaming Songs Chart For The First Time Ever

By Benny Franklin
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J. Cole is sitting on top of the world right now...

The North Carolina producer and rapper is now overseas playing basketball for the Rwanda Patriots, but he also has the #1 song on the streaming songs chart, marking a new milestone for him. 

The "Interlude," which was the featured single from his latest album The Off-Season, is responsible for his latest achievement.

All together, Cole has entered the streaming songs chart 38 times but never hit #1 until now.

In addition, The Off-Season finished number one on the album charts with 288K SPS.  It's the second-biggest opening of 2021, only trialing the re-release of Taylor Swift's Fearless.

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