Canadian rapper, Drake, has dropped a brand-new (well, not really) compilation album, Care Package, that is now available on all streaming platforms.
The track-list features stray tracks and unreleased songs throughout his musical career, that diehard fans will not be unfamiliar with.
The OVO Sound rapper teased late-night on Thursday 1st:
“Available Friday on all platforms. Some of our most important moments together available in one place. Care Package.”
The track-list includes songs that were never given official releases, such as Dreams Money Can Buy (a song released in 2011 between his two albums Thank Me Later and Take Care), 5AM in Toronto (taken from 2015 release, The Graduate), and Can I (which features the one and only Queen Bey).
The 17-song-compilation features fellow music legends, Sampha, J. Cole, Rick Ross, James Fauntleroy and Beyoncé.
Drizzy does not hold back on blessing us with endless music, having created five studio albums, six mixtapes and two EPs since choosing music over his acting career in teenage drama, Degrassi.
His first self-released mixtape in 2006, Room for Improvement, was followed by 2007 mixtape, Comeback Season, and then his third mixtape in 2009 (under his own label, October’s Very Own) So Far Gone.
The 32-year-old-icon recently featured on Rick Ross’ track, Gold Roses.
While fans are loving the new release, some are joking it came at the wrong time due to Megan Thee Stallion’s, ‘Hot Girl Summer’.
so this summer was meant to be a hot girl summer but drake went and released care package to have us all in our feelings from shit that happened in 2012 like we haven’t heard the songs 1000000008x. #CarePackage pic.twitter.com/wdAeaHnaQV
— aqueenrius (@Aquarihoe1) August 2, 2019
DRAKE YOU PIECE OF SHIT, IT’S HOT GIRL SUMMER!
YOU HAVE NO RIGHT, NO FUCKING RIGHT TO BRING THIS ALBUM OUT AND RUIN EVERYTHING.
HOW DARE YOU! pic.twitter.com/z6Ib6Xenac
— Tolly (@tolly_t) August 2, 2019
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