15.) Drake – “Dreams Money Can Buy”

A hauntingly beautiful track that highlights Drake’s ability to pour deep emotions into his work.

14.) Drake – “Marvin’s Room”

Loaded with bass and staccato drums, this is a track to blast the bass on your system. I could not be more pleased with his effort on “Marvin’s Room”.

13.) Drake – “The Motto” or “Untitled (f/ Lil Wayne)”

This track was originally named “The Motto” please note that “The Motto” and “Untitled” are the same thing.

12.) Drake – “Uptown feat. Bun B & Lil Wayne”

I am a true fan of Hip Hop not only in music but also the culture. I listen to alot of rap music from the old gangster rap music from N.W.A., to the intellectual teachings of KRS-One…to the raw lyrical deliveries from the likes of Nas, Rakim, and Lauryn Hill. What makes Drake a bit better than other rappers is the fact that he has a little R&B touch to him, which makes him a lot more versatile in music. Even though I expected more from Drake’s “So Far Gone” Mixtape. Uptown was one of the few good songs. It goes without saying that Drake is an artist who makes the future of hip hop look very promising.

11.) Drake – “Over”

I loved this song from the moment I heard it. Another of the tracks I keep on constant repeat, this song is exactly the kind of music everyone expects of him. But the thing that makes “Over” stand out is that Drake actually lets himself slip into the music, giving his creativity free rein.

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