20 Drake Lyrics You Can Use Every Day
The Canadian rapper and singer's latest single, God's Plan, broke records on Apple Music and Spotify, racking up the most worldwide plays in a day on both platforms. Unsurprisingly, the track charged to Number 1 on last week's Official Singles Chart and is eyeing a second week at the top. In the UK alone, Drake has notched up over 2. To put that in perspective, that's more than Ed Sheeran 2. Look over Drake's complete UK chart history here. The Official Charts Company started tracking streams in June In December a landmark 1. Since then, Drake's worldwide smash One Dance from is his most streamed song, with million plays to date. Image: Rex. Two more Drake singles have over m plays in the UK, both of which are Rihanna collaborations.
With the release of "More Life," there's more Drake to add to our ranking of the Toronto star's greatest hits. Nicki Minaj. One of the best things about Drake is his ability to shift from ridiculously memeable floss-raps to broken, unflattering honesty, and often in the same song.
Corrections and clarifications: An earlier version of this post had the wrong year for the release of "Forever. No artist has had a bigger year than Drake, who broke every streaming record in existence with his new album "Scorpion" and continues to replace himself on top of the Billboard charts with new singles. Yet, as Drake has soared to the pinnacle of rap, his recent releases haven't scored the glowing reviews that he used to, most recently evidenced by the mixed critical reception of "Scorpion. Ranging from his very first features to the best single off "Scorpion," below are the rapper's 25 very best songs, ranked. Album: "Take Care" Why: The track's gospel choir, wailing for dear life, is the perfect backdrop to Drake's wonderfully over-dramatic collaboration with the huffing-and-puffing Rick Ross. Cynically, we know this, too. It's likely Drake would have found success eventually if "Best I Ever Had" never existed, but it's hard to imagine a more fitting breakthrough single for the rapper, establishing him as an endearingly earnest ladies' man. On the blazingly fun "Worst Behavior," he's the furiously scrappy underdog-turned-heavyweight champ, featuring some of the best boasts of his career in between its 26 F-bombs. Drake was never more emo than on "Marvins Room," and his music never felt more essential.