Drake Songs

  • The Language (Remix)
    The Language (Remix)
    Drake's "Started From the Bottom" and "Pound Cake" were remixed to death, but one of his more recent singles "The Language" hasn't seen quite as much attention from his rap peers. Phil Ade has decided to hop on the cut, leaving the Drizzy hook intact while adding a couple new verses. While it's become increasingly trendy to simply mimmick the flows of the original song you're remixing (Drake himself is certainly guilty of this), Phil Ade brings some entirely new ideas to the track, showing once again that the DC rapper is someone to look out for.
  • Who Do You Love? (Freestyle)
    Who Do You Love? (Freestyle)
    Trey Songz already dropped off a new cut with Jeezy yesterday called "Ordinary", and now he's graced us with a new freestyle over YG and Drake's "Who Do You Love?". The Trigga man is no stranger to DJ Mustard production at this point, with the producer behind the boards on his current radio single "NaNa", and thus feels right at home on this woozy snap banger. This one finds him starting off with an R&B hook, before busting out some of his underrated flows.
  • Pound Cake (Freestyle)
    Pound Cake (Freestyle)
    Rising Saint Paul, Minnesota emcee Taylor J has put his own spin on Drake, Jay Z and Boi-1da's "Pound Cake", from the former's latest album Nothing Was The Same.  Listen to the original here. How'd he do? 
  • In The Morning
    In The Morning
    J. Cole had quite a big week.
  • Who Do You Love? (Official Version)
    Who Do You Love? (Official Version)
    At the end of last year, YG’s hit single "Who Do You Love" featuring Drake was leaked prematurely, and now today, we get the official release of the DJ Mustard-produced banger. The new club joint serves as the newest single off YG's upcoming album, My Krazy Life, which drops on March 18th. If you haven't heard this already, give it a listen, or five. Quotable Lyrics:
  • Odio
    Odio
    Well, this is a different look for Drake. Spanish singer Romeo Santos nabs the Toronto native for a feature on his new single "Odio" which features both Spanish and English. Drake handles his singing in Spanish, but his rapping in English. The collaboration will appear on Santos' forthcoming album Formula Vol 2 dropping on February 25th. The project will also feature Nicki Minaj, Carlos Santana and more. What do you think of it? Quotable Lyrics
  • Steve Nash
    Steve Nash
    Today we get the first official release from Drizzy's close friend and an OVO-signed artist, OB OBrien. You may recognize the OVO affiliate from Drake's recent music videos, where he had a few skits and showed off his funny side. Now we get to hear some music from the Ontario native with this cut "Steve Nash." Are you feeling this OVO cut? Drake drops a few lines at the outro. Quotable Lyrics
  • Rolling Deep
    Rolling Deep
    For those unfamiliar, Jimmy Johnson is an emerging emcee from Toronto. "Rolling Deep" is his latest offering, which finds him backed by production from rising Austin, Texas producer Eric Dingus. Here's an official statement from Johnson's camp:
  • We Made It (Freestyle)
    We Made It (Freestyle)
    Roscoe Dash keeps hitting us with new tracks. The Atlanta rapper and hookman is back with a freestyle over Soulja Boy's "We Made It". He brings his boys JTK & Spiff along for the ride. How doe sit stack up against Drake's version? Quotable lyrics:
  • Worst Behavior (Remix)
    Worst Behavior (Remix)
    After dropping a remix of Rick Ross and Jay Z's "The Devil Is A Lie" the other day, the resurgent Young Buck returns with another remix of Drake's "Worst Behavior".  How'd he do?  Quotable Lyrics
  • Worst Behavior (Eric Dingus Remix)
    Worst Behavior (Eric Dingus Remix)
    Listen to Worst Behavior (Eric Dingus Remix), the new track by Drake, which was dropped on Thursday, January 9th, 2014. Drake's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Worst Behavior (Eric Dingus Remix) will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since Drake debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
  • Who Do You Love? (Freestyle)
    Who Do You Love? (Freestyle)
    HNHH Premiere! Emerging West Coast spitter IAMSU! presents a freestyle over YG's new "Who Do You Love?" single, produced by DJ Mustard and featuring Drake.  Check out the original here. How do they compare? Quotable Lyrics
  • Who Do You Love (Freestyle)
    Who Do You Love (Freestyle)
    Listen to Who Do You Love (Freestyle), the latest track from Game, featuring YG & Drake. The cut dropped on Tuesday, December 31st, 2013. Game's future brightens with every new release, and Who Do You Love (Freestyle) certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Game has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.
  • Trophies (Remix)
    Trophies (Remix)
    Quavo, Offset and TakeOff try their hand at Drake and Hit-Boy's new banger "Trophies". How'd they do?   Quotable Lyrics "In the 'hood you earn your stripes - like Olympics, got gold medals / But none of that mean nothin' to me, I'm celebratin' with my family / A nigga was trappin' the grammys - I'll win a GRAMMY." 
  • Trophies  [CDQ]
    Trophies [CDQ]
    We finally have the final, mastered version of Drizzy's latest release "Trophies". The track is produced by Hit-Boy and co-produced by Hagler & 40. This final version comes with a new hook now too. Take a listen and download it now! Does it live up to the hype? Quotable Lyrics:
  • Who Do You Love
    Who Do You Love
    Check out Who Do You Love (Prod. By DJ Mustard), the latest track from YG, featuring Drake which dropped on Monday, December 30th, 2013. YG's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Who Do You Love (Prod. By DJ Mustard) has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work YG has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what YG has on deck.
  • Trophies  [Rough Cut]
    Trophies [Rough Cut]
    Here it is, ladies and gentlemen: Drake and Hit-Boy's "Trophies". Is it as dope as you expected?  This is a rough, unfinished version, tho - the full, completed version will apparently be dropping this evening. Stay tuned.  Stream and/or download Drizzy's new remix of Soulja Boy's "We Made It" here. Cop the CDQ version of this track here.
  • We Made It (Freestyle)
    We Made It (Freestyle)
    Drake seems like he'll be dropping a series of tracks to soundtrack New Year's Eve, the first being a freestyle over Soulja Boy's "We Made It" from his The King mixtape.  The new track finds Drizzy doing a whole lot of bragging, once again taking on the flow he borrowed from Migos on "Versace" and later on "The Language". The OVO rapper also tweeted that the much talked about "Trophies," is next on the docket. 
  • Shit (Remix) [No Tags]
    Shit (Remix) [No Tags]
    We received this cut with DJ Esco tags when it dropped, but now we've got the tag-free version for you to bump, not necessarily CDQ.
  • Sh!t (Megamix)
    Sh!t (Megamix)
    Verseable has gone ahead and created the Frankentein mix we've all been waiting for. All 3 official remixes of Future's "Sh!t" have been combined, as well as the MMG take released a few days prior. That's 12 verses, and 11 minutes of "Sh!t" for y'all to enjoy. Quotable lyrics: "Fucked up, lucky I don't feed into the gossip/ Niggas act like they don't know, but they should know/ Yeah, I just think it's funny how they dangling the bait/ But I'm the one that's killing niggas on the hooks though"
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