Drake Songs

  • 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
    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).
  • Days In The East (Remix)
    Days In The East (Remix)
    Rising Seattle, Washington producer Sango has put his spin on Drake's recent "Days In The East" record, stripping down and pitch-shifting the vocals and shuffling up PARTYNEXTDOOR and 40's original instrumental to create something deeper, darker and more danceable, dubbed the "Favela Version."
  • Marvin's Room (Remix)
    Marvin's Room (Remix)
    Emerging West Bloomfield, Michigan producer YOG$' latest remix finds him paying homage to Drake and 40's 2011 single "Marvin's Room," included on the former's second studio album Take Care.
  • Untitled
    Drake has been known to premiere snippets of new songs during his DJ sets, with songs like "Who Do You Love?" first appearing in exclusive mixes from the rapper. Drizzy did a bit of DJing last night in Houston, and once again let out some new material. While there's no info on where the verse will land, Drake treated us to a few new lines before abruptly cutting the track.
  • 2 On Thotful
    2 On Thotful
    We were introduced to OVO's OB OBrien with his debut track "Steve Nash", and later the rapper was featured on Bizzy Crook's "Bands In A Depression."
  • Believe Me
    Believe Me
    Well here ya go fam! Lil Wayne has went ahead and debuted the first single off Carter V with "Believe Me", featuring Drake.  Tackling the dope production from Vinylz & Boi-1da, Weezy & Drake celebrate the success of their squad and let everyone know who's still on top. Drizzy even pledges his loyalty to Tunechi and issues a warning to anyone who has a problem with YMCMB. Drizzy raps, “That’s the man that put me in this shit / If a nigga fuck wit’ ‘em I put ‘em down quick / Got a verse for anybody who wanna talk about the clique.”
  • Draft Day (Freestyle)
    Draft Day (Freestyle)
    K Camp has been gradually building a loyal following with his consistently impressive material. The ATL sing-rapper dropped his K.I.S.S. 2 mixtape, and recently showed up on the soon-to-be-hit "Made Me" with Snootie Wild. His latest freebie comes in the form of a draft day freestyle, where he sticks to some more conventionally rapped vocals.
  • Produced By The RZA
    Produced By The RZA
    "Produced By The RZA" is the latest offering from Stripclub Casino, a newly-formed American rap trio consisting of emcees Isaiah Toothtaker, Serp and Poser Culture. Despite the track's title, it was in fact produced by Mainframe, who, like many hip-hop producers, has no doubt been inspired by RZA in some way. Let us know what you think, folks.
  • Never Satisfied
    Never Satisfied
    Future's long-anticipated sophomore album, Honest is finally out April 22nd, and yesterday the snippets from the project were released. While the project sports features from the likes of Andre 3000, Kanye West, Wiz Khalifa and more (not to mention an outtake with Nicki Minaj that's rumored to sample George Michael's "Careless Whisper"), there was a lot of anticipation stemming from the collaboration with rap all-star, Drake.
  • Trophies (Freestyle)
    Trophies (Freestyle)
    Franc Grams' home team, the UCONN Huskies just took the NCAA championship, and the rapper is celebrating the victory with a freestyle over Drake's "Trophies". The results are fittingly triumphant, with Grams trying out some Migos-esque triplet over the blaring horn sample, interpolating Drizzy's "We Made It" in the process, as well as putting his own spin on the hook.