It’s the first album ever to earn 1 billion streams globally in a week

Drake Earns Eighth Consecutive No. 1 Album With Scorpion, Breaks Streaming Records

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Drake has earned his eighth consecutive No. 1 album with Scorpion, Billboard reports. Scorpion had the biggest overall debut week of any album in 2018, raking in 732,000 equivalent album units. Of that sum, 160,000 were in traditional album sales. Drake is now tied with Kanye West, Eminem, and the Beatles for the longest streak of No. 1 records.

Fandango managing editor Erik Davis joined "CBS This Morning" to discuss some of the summer's most highly-anticipated films.

Summer movie preview 2018: What to see in July and August

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Summer movies are already breaking box office records in the U.S., bringing in more than $1.2 billion in ticket sales in June – up 19 percent compared to the same month last year.

Would you pay $17 per month for Netflix in 4K and HDR?

Netflix is testing a new, pricier ‘Ultra’ subscription tier

theverge.com • Entertainment

Netflix is reportedly testing out a new “Ultra” subscription tier that would up the monthly price even higher than the company’s current $13.99 “Premium” option, according to a report from TuttoAndroid, which first spotted the new plan (via CNET.)

The added fees will differ depending on the movie and the popularity.

MoviePass’ surge pricing starts today

engadget.com • Entertainment

Last month, MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe announced that surge pricing would soon go into effect, charging customers a little extra for movies and showtimes that are especially popular. That added fee, which MoviePass is calling Peak Pricing, starts rolling out today to customers with a monthly plan as well as any new annual subscribers.

But the rapper's new album Scorpion did hit more than 10 million streams every hour, according to the music streaming service.

Drake promotion on Spotify goes too far, users demand refunds

cnet.com • Entertainment

Excessive promotion of the singer on the music streaming platform -- even on ad-free accounts -- has people fuming and demanding for a refund, Billboard reported Monday.

Damsel’ stars Robert Pattinson and Mia Wasikowska.

12 Movies to See This Fourth of July

vulture.com • Entertainment

With the Fourth of July, a heat wave across the East Coast, and a roiling political nightmare happening all at once, there’s no better place to spend a day off than inside a pitch-black, air-conditioned movie theater. Here are our critics’ favorite films now in theaters that you can catch over the holiday.

Barr sparked a social media firestorm earlier this year.

Roseanne says she has received multiple offers to return to television

thehill.com • Entertainment

Roseanne Barr claimed in a new interview that she has received multiple offers to return to television following the racist tweet that prompted ABC to cancel her show. Barr made the comment while appearing on her friend Rabbi Shmuley Boteach’s podcast, ABC News first reported.

Kendall Jenner and Ben Simmons haven't confirmed they're an item yet, but they're already eating from the same fridge

Kendall Jenner Shacking Up With Ben Simmons

tmz.com • Entertainment

Sources tell us the two have been holing up in a $25k/month rental in L.A. It's unclear whose name is on the lease, but they've both been spotted coming in and out of the ultra modern crib frequently, and we're told the lease term is for several months.

The movie wants to be subversive. But it doesn’t know how.

Sicario: Day of the Soldado is a soulless shell of its predecessor

vox.com • Entertainment

Depending on how you’ve been interpreting the news for the past few weeks, Sicario: Day of the Soldado has either perfect or abysmal timing. In this sequel to the 2015 film, Mexican cartels are smuggling contract killers and violent criminals across the border. After someone blows up a department store in Kansas City, most people assume the perpetrators came across the Mexican border. So the US government puts the cartels on its list of terrorists and declares war.

“He considered you all family, and I wanted to do something special for you all”

XXXTentacion Is Mourned by Thousands at a Memorial in Florida

nytimes.com • Entertainment

Hordes of eager young fans burst into spontaneous songs of grief and celebration on Wednesday afternoon at an arena here in South Florida, where they had gathered to honor the life of the controversial 20-year-old rapper and singer XXXTentacion, who was shot and killed in an apparent robbery last week.

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