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"Hotline Bling"
Drake - Hotline Bling.png
Single by Drake
from the album Views
ReleasedJuly 31, 2015 (2015-07-31)
FormatDigital download
Drake singles chronology
"Charged Up"
"Hotline Bling"
"Right Hand"
Music video
"Hotline Bling" on YouTube

"Hotline Bling" is a song recorded by Canadian rapper Drake, which serves as the lead single from his fourth studio album Views (2016). The song is credited as a bonus track on the album.[1][2] It was made available for digital download on July 31, 2015, through OVO Sound, Cash Money, Young Money and Republic.

Music critics were complimentary about the presentation of Drake's emotional side, as well as its production, but criticized its lyrics. A music video directed by Director X was released two months later; it subsequently gained popularity on YouTube and spawned several parodies. The song was included on several year-end critics' polls.

"Hotline Bling" reached number two on the US Billboard Hot 100. It also reached number three in Drake's native Canada and the United Kingdom. The song won the award for Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Song at the 2016 American Music Awards.[3] It also received two wins at the 2017 Grammy Awards for Best Rap Song and Best Rap/Sung Performance.[4]


"Hotline Bling" is an R&B[5] and pop[6][7] song written by Drake and Nineteen85, the latter of whom also produced the song. The song was composed in D minor with a tempo of 135 beats per minute in common time with a chord progression of Bbmaj7 – Am7.[8] The song was directly inspired by DRAM's "Cha Cha" and was originally seen to be a remix, with the song premiering on Beats 1 OVO Sound Radio as "Hotline Bling (Cha Cha Remix)".[9] The song's instrumental heavily samples R&B singer Timmy Thomas's 1972 song "Why Can't We Live Together".[10]

Music video

This was the sixth video directed by Director X featuring Drake.
This was the sixth video directed by Director X featuring Drake.

On October 4, 2015, Drake announced a music video for the track via his Instagram account.[11] The video was financed by Apple Inc., and released on October 19, 2015 via Apple Music under a timed exclusivity agreement.[12] The Director X-directed video was inspired by the work of American artist James Turrell.[13] X has stated that he hopes that the video inspires men to dance more.[14][15][16][17]

Rap-Up wrote that Drake "shows just how suave he can be with his moves" in this video.[14] Evan Minsker of Pitchfork called it a "pretty minimal clip".[18] The site also named "Hotline Bling" the seventh best music video of 2015.[19]

The video, which has inspired many memes and parodies,[15][20] including a commercial from T-Mobile during Super Bowl 50 featuring Drake himself,[21] helped the song rise in chart position according to NME.[20] The song was parodied in the Saturday Night Live episode "Donald Trump/Sia", including where Trump himself starred in the parody.[22]

As of July 2018, the music video has received over 1.4 billion views on YouTube,[23] and is one of the site's 60 most viewed videos.[24]

Critical response

The song received mixed reviews. Leor Galil of the Chicago Reader praised Drake's performance in "Hotline Bling," stating that he "sounds hurt, neglected, and confused even while he's admonishing his ex," and that "it's hard to imagine anyone else pulling off this kind of song with the same verve."[25] Jayson Greene of Pitchfork selected "Hotline Bling" as the "Best New Track" of the day, praising its "muted and intimate" beat and declaring it a "halting, aching song" about a man "a little too concerned" for a woman that could be a "rewrite" of "Roxanne" by The Police.[26] Brad Wete of NPR hailed the song as both "remarkably catchy and damp with boo-hoo reflection," writing that "musically, it twinkles with bright organ riffs and boasts a bass line fit to thump in clubs" while its lyrics feature Drake "deeply wondering aloud, channeling the jealous ex in all of us."[27] Rhian Daly of NME described the track's "simple and minimal" production as "secondary to Drake’s emotions."[28] Rolling Stone ranked "Hotline Bling" at number 3 on its year-end list to find the 50 best songs of 2015.[29] Billboard ranked "Hotline Bling" at number 2 on its year-end critics' poll for 2015: "In a trio of freebies Drake plopped on SoundCloud in July, "Hotline Bling" was the only non-diss track. Backed by a tropical, groovy melody, "Hotline Bling" finds Aubrey Graham [Drake's birth name] giving a rap a hard pass and singing his heart out for some late-night loving through the phone. The record caught some drama, initially being referred to as a remix to Virginia rapper D.R.A.M.'s "Cha Cha." Still, the Toronto MVP got his dance on for the uber-viral video parodied by everyone from presidential candidate Donald Trump to Toronto Councillor Norm Kelly."[30] Pitchfork named "Hotline Bling" the second best song of 2015, after Kendrick Lamar's "Alright".[31] Time named "Hotline Bling" the eighth-best song of 2015.[32] The Village Voice named "Hotline Bling" the best single released in 2015 on their annual year-end critics' poll, Pazz & Jop.[33]

"Hotline Bling" also received criticism for the perceived sexist and controlling attitude expressed by the male narrator toward his female ex in its lyrics. Carol H. Hood of The Frisky described the song as "an incredibly salty and self-centered rant about an ex having the courage to move on."[34] Allyson Shiffman of Bullett took issue with the "super sexist lyrics," explaining that "while [the song is] packaged as a good old fashioned 'Why doesn't bae like me anymore?' Drake tune," what it is "really saying is, 'You used to wanna bone me all the time and now that I've left the 6, you've gotten a life of your own and I'm not okay with that.'"[35] Tahirah Hairston of Fusion wrote that, in the song, "Drake is distraught that his ex has moved on," but because he "opts for condescendingly slut-shaming her" and "dictating where she does and doesn't belong," it "comes off so petty that you forget his feelings are hurt."[36]

Covers and usage in media

Canadian singer Justin Bieber recorded a cover version of the song and released it on October 30, 2015.[37] At the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards the alternative version was nominated for the Best Cover Song.[38]

New Orleans rapper Lil Wayne released his own version of the song from his mixtape No Ceilings 2.[39] Singer Erykah Badu released a rewrite of the song on her 2015 mixtape But You Caint Use My Phone titled "Cel U Lar Device".[40]

Singer and songwriter Sufjan Stevens would perform the song as an encore as a part of his Carrie & Lowell Tour with singer Gallant and later release it on a Carrie & Lowell Live album.[41]

W magazine uploaded a video with 13 celebrities reading the lyrics of the song in December 2015.[42]

Lots of independent artists as Kaysha, Julio D, Billie Eilish, Joan Thiele, Alex Aiono released their cover until 2018.[43]

The song was featured on the episode "She Gets Revenge" from American Horror Story: Hotel.[44]

"Hotline Bling" was the subject of a Super Bowl 50 advertisement for T-Mobile, in which Drake is interrupted by executives of cellphones provider seeking to make "improvements" to its lyrics.[45]

French football player Antoine Griezmann’s regular goal celebration has featured a spoof on the video.[46] Griezmann’s “Hotline Bling” goal celebration dance also appears in a 2016 Puma commercial.[47]

The song is also featured in an episode of Loosely Exactly Nicole.

A variation of Drake's dancing in the music video was included in the multiplayer section of 2016's Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, renamed to "Bling Bling".[48] The dance is also featured in 2014's Destiny, referred to only as "Strange Dance".[49] Heroes of the Storm features a playable character named Dehaka, whose dance also mimics that of Drake's.[50]

The ESPN Radio program/podcast Jalen & Jacoby has used the instrumental version as a bed for its voicemail segment.

British singer Adele wanted to make a remix of the song.[51]

On March 24, 2017 a Red Nose Day short that served as a sequel to the 2003 smash hit "Love Actually" premiered in the U.K. and featured Hugh Grant reprising his dancing skills to Hotline Bling.[52]

Commercial performance

"Hotline Bling" entered the US Billboard Hot 100 chart dated August 22, 2015 at number 66.[53] Its chart debut was fueled primarily by digital download sales, with 41,000 copies sold in its first week.[54] The song soon became Drake's first top 10 in two years when the song reached number nine. It has since peaked at number two on the chart dated October 24, 2015, tying as his second highest-charting single as a lead act with "Best I Ever Had" which reached number two in 2009. The song has peaked at number two for five non-consecutive weeks, behind both "The Hills" by The Weeknd and "Hello" by Adele. As of February 2016, the song has sold over 2 million copies in the United States.[55] "Hotline Bling" remained in the top ten of this chart for nineteen weeks before dropping out on February 13, 2016.

In the United Kingdom, "Hotline Bling" peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart, becoming Drake's highest-charting song there (at the time) as a lead artist. The song also peaked at the top of the UK R&B Chart. On November 27, 2015, "Hotline Bling" received gold certification by the British Phonographic Industry.

Awards and nominations

Year Organization Award Result
2016 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Song of the Year Nominated
Juno Awards Single of the Year Nominated
iHeartRadio Music Awards Hip Hop Song of the Year Won
Most Meme-able Moment Nominated
Billboard Music Awards Top Streaming Song (Audio) Nominated
Top Rap Song Nominated
iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards Video of the Year Won
Best Director Won
Best Hip-Hop Video Won
Most Buzzworthy Canadian Won
Fan Fave Video Nominated
BET Awards Video of the Year Nominated
Coca-Cola Viewer's Choice Award Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards Video of the Year Nominated
Best Male Video Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Video Won
Best Art Direction Nominated
BET Hip Hop Awards Best Hip Hop Video Won
Track of the Year Nominated
Soul Train Music Awards Best Video of the Year Nominated
Best Dance Performance Nominated
American Music Awards Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Song Won
2017 Grammy Awards Best Rap/Sung Performance Won
Best Rap Song Won



Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Australia (ARIA)[113] 2× Platinum 140,000^
Belgium (BEA)[114] Gold 15,000*
Canada (Music Canada)[115] Platinum 80,000^
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)[116] Platinum 60,000^
France (SNEP)[117] Platinum 200,000*
Germany (BVMI)[118] Gold 200,000^
Italy (FIMI)[119] 3× Platinum 150,000double-dagger
New Zealand (RMNZ)[120] Gold 7,500*
Poland (ZPAV)[121] Platinum 20,000*
United Kingdom (BPI)[122] Platinum 694,000[123]
United States (RIAA)[124] 7× Platinumdagger 2,100,000[125]

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone
double-daggersales+streaming figures based on certification alone

dagger Since May 2013 RIAA certifications for digital singles include on-demand audio and/or video song streams in addition to downloads.[126]

Release history

Country Date Format Label
United States[127] July 31, 2015 Digital download


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