Drake Songs

  • 6 God
    6 God
    Generally we don't get a warning, but Drake gave us a heads up to watch out for something coming on ovosound.com, and here it is. The OVO rapper has managed to be in the headlines all week, starting with his minor beef with fellow YMCMB artist Tyga, as well as his birthday celebrations. Other than those stories, Drizzy has been awfully quiet this month considering it's the one he chose to name his label after. Thankfully, he's blessed us with one week to go.
  • How About Now
    How About Now
    The last we heard a solo cut from Drizzy was back in June when he went from 0 to 100 real quick over an iconic instrumental from Boi-1da, 40, and Nineteen85. Today, YMCMB's golden child returns with "How About Now," a fresh drop uncovered by those computer savvy hip-hop heads over at Reddit. The track is speculated to appear on Drake's upcoming Views From The 6, although it seems just as likely to be a leftover from Nothing Was The Same.
  • Tuesday (Remix)
    Tuesday (Remix)
    On paper, ATLien iLoveMakonnen would seem to be the exact type of "weirdo" that Troy Ave has been known to lambast in the media, but whether due to a change of heart, an ability to overlook personal holdups in favor of great music, or an innate desire to follow Drake wherever he may go (practically part of the job description for rappers
  • Tuesday (Remix)
    Tuesday (Remix)
    In just a few short weeks, iLoveMakonnen went from being an underground emcee from Atlanta to becoming the latest signee to Drake's OVO Sound. The internet was listening and, apparently, so was The Game. Adding an auto-tuned soaked verse to Drake's official remix, the Compton emcee offers listeners an uncharacteristically lighthearted verse focused on the taking it from the club to the bedroom. How's everyone feeling about Game's addition here? Would you like to hear more auto-tuned verses from him in the future? Share your thoughts in the comments section. 
  • Whatcha Say (Tags)
    Whatcha Say (Tags)
    Well here’s something we didn’t see coming. California artist The K.I.D. Heat & Mally Mall recruit some big named features from the YMCMB family, including Drake & Tyga, for this new banger titled “Whatcha Say”. Premiered by DJ Carisma just moments ago, the track is another club banger and will surely attract the attention of every DJ and fan of such records around. Better yet, Drizzy leads off the track and takes aim at the ladies while flowing effortlessly over the West Coast sounding production.
  • Tuesday (Remix)
    Tuesday (Remix)
    Since dropping the original track "Bang Bang" a few weeks ago, self proclaimed "soultrap baron" Tree has been releasing "TreeMixes" of popular tracks including Drake and Lil Wayne's "Grindin" and Young Scooter's "Colombia." Now he's back with another, going in over what he calls "one of the hottest songs in the country right now undoubtedly," iLoveMakonnen's "Tuesday." 
  • Recognize (Remix)
    Recognize (Remix)
    Wanting a woman who's willing to turn up on you every night is not a phenomenon that's limited to PARTYNEXTDOOR and Drake. K Camp could clearly relate to that sentiment, which is expressed in the OVO duo's new collabo "Recognize," as he's just decided to rework the track himself.
  • DnF
    DnF
    Toronto emcee P. Reign scores some of the biggest collaborators in the game for this hot new mixtape single. Yeah, you read that right: he got Drake & Future on a mixtape single. Off the OVO affiliate's upcoming Dear America tape arriving September 2nd, "DnF" finds all three contributes trying to convince some ladies to get "drunk and fuck" (yeah, that's what the title stands for).
  • Tuesday (Remix)
    Tuesday (Remix)
    Just hours after showing some love via Instagram, Drizzy Drake decides to come through and share his new verse on ILOVEMAKONNEN’s popular record “Tuesday”.
  • Grindin
    Grindin
    Well that was quick. We just posted up the official single artwork for this new record "Grindin" off Lil Wayne's highly anticipated upcoming album Tha Carter V, and a half an hour later the full song has been released.
  • 0 To 100 Grand
    0 To 100 Grand
    Young Roddy (who appears to have dropped the "young" from his name) is already prepping the follow-up to his Route The Ruler tape, which will be titled Route The Ruler 2. Before he unleashes that on us though, we're treated to his remix of Drake's "0 To 100."
  • Believe Me (Freestyle)
    Believe Me (Freestyle)
    Ace Hood's spent the majority of 2014 making "Beast Mixes" of popular tracks, showing his lyrical dexterity by destroying the hottest songs of the year. He's already torn apart "Chi-Raq," "0 To 100" and "No Flex Zone," and now he's lined up Drake and Lil Wayne's "Believe Me" to knock down with his verbal antics.
  • Recognize
    Recognize
    Just a few minutes ago, OVO crooner PARTYNEXTDOOR announces his sophomore album, PartyNextDoor 2, and shared the project's artwork. Now we've got a leak from the project that features none other than Drizzy Drake himself. Stream "Recognize" below.
  • "0 To 100" (Freestyle)
    "0 To 100" (Freestyle)
    Harlem's Dave East is gearing up for the release of his mixtape Black Rose, but before he drops some new originals on us, he's shared his personal take on the hottest freestyle vehicle of the year (thus far): Drake's "0 To 100."  Starting off with some references to xany bars, crack and petty crime, East's rendition of the track is gritty, lyrical and hard-nosed. Though he mostly spits about drugs and women, he keeps things interesting with his storytelling ability and wide vocabulary.
  • 0 To 100 (Freestyle)
    0 To 100 (Freestyle)
    Waka picked an ironic title for his upcoming mixtape, I Can't Rap Vol. 1, especially when his last few freestyles have revealed an undeniable technical ability naysayers previously refused to acknowledge. Whether or not Flocka will ever admit he's a good rapper, if he continues to rap like this, we won't complain.  Taking on Drake's popular "0 To 100" instrumental, Waka breaks out plenty of flows over 3 minute runtime, showing off his aggressive deliveries, ad-libs, and straight-up bars.
  • 0 To 100 (Freestyle)
    0 To 100 (Freestyle)
    Drake's "0 To 100" is the new go-to freestyle record right now, thankfully taking over for the overdone "Chi-Raq" instrumental.
  • 0 To 100 (Freestyle)
    0 To 100 (Freestyle)
    Drake stopped the internets last Sunday night when he delivered "0 To 100," proving he's still got hip-hop firmly in his grasp. One of Drizzy's many quotables was a reference to a 14-year old rapper Lil Mouse, "Fuck all that Drake you gotta chill shit/I be on my Lil Mouse drill shit."
  • 0 To 100 Freestyle
    0 To 100 Freestyle
    On Sunday, Drake shocked the world by delivering a new track just minutes before he crashed Nicki Minaj's set at Summer Jam, and as has been the case with all of his one-offs this year, it's now time for rappers to step up to the plate and freestyle over it. Here's Ransom's take on the Boi-1da, 40, and Nineteen85-produced "0 To 100."
  • 0 To 100
    0 To 100
    Earlier this evening we posted some footage from last night where Drake previewed new music at an L.A. night club. While Hot 97's Summer Jam is in progress in New York, Drizzy (gives no fucks and) decides to let go the full record and it does not disappoint. Despite reports it was called "Way Up" it's "0 To 100."
  • Drake Concert
    Drake Concert
    Dee-1 has recently had the rare privilege of working with Mannie Fresh, with the Cash Money legend showing up on his last two singles, "I'll Pay For It", and "The Man In My City" (which also nabbed a guest spot from Juvenile).
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