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Drake Lyrics

Drake Biography

 

Mixtape: "Room For Improvement" (2006)

Intro
Special
Do What You Do
Money (Remix)
A.M. 2 P.M.
City Is Mine
Bad Meanin' Good
Thrill Is Gone
Make Things Right
Video Girl
Come Winter
Extra Special
About The Game (Remix)
All This Love
A Scorpio's Mind
S.T.R.E.S.S.
Try Harder
Kick, Push (Remix)
 

Mixtape: "Comeback Season" (2007)

The Presentation
Comeback Season
Closer
Replacement Girl
City Is Mine
Barry Bonds Freestyle
Going In For Life
Where To Now
Share
Give Ya
Don't You Have A Man
Bitch Is Crazy
The Last Hope
Must Hate Money
Asthma Team
Do What U Do (Remix)
Easy To Please
Faded
Underdog
Think Good Thoughts
Teach U A Lesson
Missin' You (Remix)
Man Of The Year (Remix)
 

Mixtape: "So Far Gone" (2009)

Lust For Life
Houstatlantavegas
Successful
Let's Call It Off
November 18th
Ignorant Shit
A Night Off
Say What's Real
Little Bit
Best I Ever Had
Unstoppable
Uptown
Sooner Than Later
Bria's Interlude
The Calm
Brand New [Bonus Track]
Congratulations [Bonus Track]
 

EP: "So Far Gone" (2009)

Houstatlantavegas
Successful
Best I Ever Had
Uptown
I'm Goin' In
The Calm
Fear [from "So Far Gone" EP]
 

Album: "Thank Me Later" (2010)

Fireworks
Karaoke
The Resistance
Over
Show Me A Good Time
Up All Night
Fancy
Shut It Down
Unforgettable
Light Up
Miss Me
Cece's Interlude
Find Your Love
Thank Me Now
 

Mixtape: "Young Sweet Jones" (2010)

Messages From You
I'm Ready For You
Right Above It
Do It All
Paris Morton Music
The Resistance (Remix)
Still Got It
Put It Down
In My Business
You Know, You Know
To The Floor
Greatness
 

Album: "Take Care" (2011)

Over My Dead Body
Shot For Me
Headlines
Crew Love
Take Care
Marvin's Room
Buried Alive (Interlude)
Under Ground Kings
We'll Be Fine
Make Me Proud
Lord Knows
Cameras
Good Ones Go (Interlude)
Doing It Wrong
The Real Her
HYFR (Hell Ya Fuckin' Right)
Look What You've Done
Practice
The Ride
Hate Sleeping Alone [iTunes Bonus Track]
The Motto [Deluxe Edition Bonus Track]
 

Album: "Nothing Was The Same" (2013)

Tuscan Leather
Furthest Thing
Started From The Bottom
Wu-Tang Forever
Own It
Worst Behavior
From Time
Hold On We're Going Home
Connect
The Language
305 To My City
Too Much
Pound Cake / Paris Morton Music 2
Come Thru [Deluxe Edition Bonus Track]
All Me [Deluxe Edition Bonus Track]
The Motion [Best Buy Bonus Track]
 

Mixtape: "If You're Reading This It's Too Late" (2015)

Legend
Energy
10 Bands
Know Yourself
No Tellin'
Madonna
6 God
Star67
Preach
Wednesday Night Interlude
Used To
6 Man
Now & Forever
Company
You & The 6
Jungle
6PM In New York [Bonus Track]
My Side [Bonus Track]
 

Mixtape: "What A Time To Be Alive" (2015)

Digital Dash
Big Rings
Live From The Gutter
Diamonds Dancing
Scholarships
Plastic Bag
I'm The Plug
Change Locations
Jumpman
Jersey
30 For 30 Freestyle
 

Album: "Views" (2016)

Keep The Family Close
9
U With Me?
Feel No Ways
Hype
Weston Road Flows
Redemption
With You
Faithful
Still Here
Controlla
One Dance
Grammys
Child's Play
Pop Style
Too Good
Summer's Over (Interlude)
Fire & Desire
Views
Hotline Bling [Bonus Track]
 

Compilation: "More Life" (2017)

Fake Love
Sneakin'
Two Birds, One Stone
Wanna Know (Remix)
 

Other songs:

0 To 100 / The Catch Up
2 On / Thotful
4PM In Calabasas
5 AM In Toronto
9 A.M. In Dallas Freestyle
A Little Favour (GQ Freestyle)
All White (Snippet)
Back To Back (Freestyle)
Bar Mitzvah In 1999
Believe It Or Not
Best I Ever Had (Remix) [feat. Busta Rhymes]
Best I Ever Had (Remix) [feat. Nicki Minaj]
Beyond This
Brand New (Remix)
Can I?
Charged Up
Club Paradise
Come Real
Controlla [feat. Popcaan]
Days In The East
Do It Now
Draft Day
Dreams Money Can Buy
Enough Said
Faith
Faithful (Extended Version)
Fall For Your Type
Falling Up
Forever [from "More Than a Game" soundtrack]
Free Spirit
Girls Love Beyonce
Go Out Tonight
Heart Throbbing
Heat Of The Moment
High In July
Hold On We're Going Home (Remix)
How About Now
Hype (Remix)
I Get Lonely Too
I Get Paper
It's Been A Pleasure
Jodeci Freestyle
July
King Leon
Lay In Bed Alone
Light Up (Rikers Remix)
Notice Me
On A Wave
One Dance (Culture Clash Dub Plate)
One Man Show
Purple Flowers
Ransom
Right Hand
Round Of Applause [remix of Waka Flocka Flame's song]
Same Mistakes
Something
Started From The Bottom (Remix)
Stunt Hard
Summer Sixteen
Sweeterman (Remix)
Take You Down
Talk Is Cheap
The Motto (Remix)
These Days
Trophies
Trust Issues
We Made It (Freestyle)
What If I Kissed You
What You Need
Where Were You
Wu-Tang Forever (Remix)
Yamaha Mama
Zone

 

Drake was a cross-platform cultural phenomenon in the 2010s. The songwriter, producer, rapper, and singer sustained a high-level commercial presence shortly after he turned to rapping in 2006, whether on his own chart-topping releases or through a long string of guest appearances on hits by the likes of Lil Wayne, Rihanna, and A$AP Rocky. Each one of the former child actor's first four proper albums, as well as a 2015 mixtape, topped the album charts in his native Canada and in the U.S. Though he caroused with his most hedonistic contemporaries, Drake was frequently praised for his sensitive, introspective approach to rap and R&B.
Known initially for his role as Jimmy Brooks on Degrassi: The Next Generation, the Toronto, Ontario-born Aubrey Drake Graham stepped out as a rapper and singer with pop appeal in 2006, when he initiated a series of mixtapes. A year later, despite being unsigned, he scored major exposure when his cocky and laid-back track "Replacement Girl," featuring Trey Songz, was featured on BET's 106 & Park program as its "Joint of the Day." He raised his profile throughout the next several months by popping up on countless mixtapes and remixes, and as rumors swirled about contract offers from labels, he gradually became one of the most talked-about artists in the industry. It did not hurt that he had support from the likes of Kanye West, Jay-Z, and Lil Wayne.
By the end of June 2009, "Best I Ever Had," a promotional single, had climbed to number two on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. After a fierce bidding war, Drake signed with Universal Motown in late summer and released an EP (So Far Gone) made up of songs from his popular So Far Gone mixtape. It peaked at number six on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart and won a 2010 Juno Award for Rap Recording of the Year. Thank Me Later, a full-length featuring collaborations with the Kings of Leon, the-Dream, Jay-Z, Kanye West, and Lil Wayne, was issued through Young Money in June 2010. It debuted at number one on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart and was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. Still, the artist felt his debut was rushed, so its follow-up arrived in November 2015 with the title Take Care, referencing the increased time and effort put into the album's creation. Receiving critical acclaim, Grammy Awards, and the number one slot on the U.S. Billboard 200, Take Care cemented Drake's place as one of Canada's biggest exports.
In 2012, while on tour, Drake announced that he had started work on what would be his third studio album. Nothing Was the Same was released the following September. It spawned many singles, topped charts around the world, was shortlisted for the Polaris Music Prize, and was nominated for a Best Rap Album Grammy. Soon after the album's release, he hit the road on an extended tour, took part in some collaborations, and released a few singles, including the Grammy-nominated "0 to 100/The Catch Up." His next release was planned as a free mixtape before Cash Money decided they would rather charge for it. The decidedly downbeat If You're Reading This It's Too Late was released in February 2015 and debuted at number one, while all 17 of its songs entered the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
In late summer 2015, he dropped a trio of new tracks on his Soundcloud page. One of them, the Timmy Thomas-sampling "Hotline Bling," became a Top Five pop hit in Canada and the U.S. and something of a cultural phenomenon. Later that year, Drake hit the studio with Future for a six-day session that yielded the mixtape What a Time to Be Alive. Upon the album's September release, it became Drake's second recording of the year to debut at number one. After dropping three singles in the beginning months of 2016, Drake's fourth album, Views, was released in April and debuted at number one. It revolved lyrically around his hometown Toronto and featured production by longtime cohorts Noah "40" Shebib and Boi-1da, among others.