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Reviews: Drake – Thank Me Later Insider

Reviews are in for the most highly anticipated album of 2010. Even though the album leaked over the internet, dedicated fans rushed to the nearest best buy or music store to pick up Drake’s debut album “Thank Me Later”.

HMV Superstore where Drake was doing a Meet and Greet with the first 500 fans to purchase his album, was insanely packed. To see what I’m talking about, read THANK ME LATER FAN LOVE @DRAKKARDNOIR, also check out HMV Thank Me Later Experience.

Thank Me Later or Thank Me Not So Much

There was good with the bad when it came to how fans felt about Drake’s Thank Me Later debut, but instead of me telling you, check out what they had to say in our in-depth reviews.

  • Drake Insight | June Edition | The Official “Thank Me Later” Album Review – It’ is not uncommon for blogs to receive advance copies of an artist’s CD, as we, in turn, offer a distinct service to fans by providing them with timely, expert evaluations of the artist’s new music…
  • Thank Me Later Review, “Forget About Watching Porn” – Forget baseball, football, or watching porn, America’s true favorite pastime is placing idols on a golden, untouchable pedestal, and then tearing them down once they start to crack under the weight of our outrageous demands.
  • Drake “Thank Me Later” Review – Drake has nearly 650,000 followers on Twitter, 225,000 fans on Facebook and 31 million page views on MySpace. But for every fan the young vocalist has garnered, he’s also found a hater…
  • Pitchfork: Drake Thank Me Later Review – Drake sings or raps the word “I” 410 times on his debut album. Even in the realm of hip-hop– a style famous for its unswerving solipsism– this is a feat. For comparison’s sake, noted mirror watcher Kanye West managed to work only 220 “I”’s into the verses and hooks of his big break, The College Dropout…
  • Album review: Drake’s ‘Thank Me Later’ – For most of the last decade, major-label rappers extolled the virtues of the “good life,” a sentiment best expressed by the Champagne-sipping Kanye West single of the same name…
  • Drake Is Reinventing What It Means To Be Real Review – In hip-hop, the only way to trump the inviolable law of Keeping It Real is to establish a whole new reality.
    That’s why Drake, a Canadian actor turned surprise rap phenom, has emerged as the genre’s new leading man, steering hip-hop out of the streets and into the emotive headspace of information-age isolation…
  • Thank Me Later Fan Review – rake’s Thank Me Later i can predict is going to make alot of money. This album will bring him the respect he deserves. This album sounds like his 4th or 5th album. Sounds like he has alot of experience…
  • Thank Me Later Review, “HodgePodge Of Songs” – Few debut albums have been as eagerly anticipated as Drake’s. Critics, fans, and even artists have been patiently waiting for the debut album from “the future of hip-hop.” Unfortunately, Thank Me Later suffered the same fate that so many modern rap albums have, it leaked…
  • Drake Thank Me Later Review, “Everything Sounds The Same” – I’ve been a huge Drake fan before he was Drake, when he was just Jimmy… yes even before he was “Wheel Chair Jimmy.”…
  • Drake Thank Me Later Review, “Not Bad For A Debut” – I guess Drake is pretty big these days. I was talking about Drake on this blog AGES before he blew up. I am not bragging either – I lived in Toronto at the time and had my ear to the streets…
  • Thank Me Later Review: Drake’s Album Isn’t Perfect – I feel sorry for Drake. I really do. I mean, this kid came out a few years ago and was the toast of the Hip Hop town. Everyone loved his mixtapes, guys quoted his punches and praised his ear for beats, and females dug the singy-song thing he had going on.
  • “It’s Made Grown Men Cry” TML Review – Yep. One of the most anticipated albums of the year is out in stores right now. It’s made grown men cry, caused shows to be shut down, people have bought 20 or 30 copies of it…now it’s time for the review…
  • “How Does It Feel When Dreams Come True” TML Review – My final thoughts on the album are that Drake recorded a masterpiece, the collaborations are priceless, and the story he tells throughout the cd are to be continued many more albums to come…

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Click here to buy Thank Me Later on iTunes.
Click here to buy 9 AM in Dallas (Bonus Track) on iTunes.