If you’re reading this, it’s because you’re a major Drake fan who can’t wait for 6 God’s sixth album Certified Lover Boy to finally drop this summer like he said it would. But which one of his previous projects is your all-time favorite?
Drake, who was crowned Artist of the Decade at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards in May, earned nine Billboard 200 No. 1s in the 2010s, first leading with his debut 2010 studio LP, Thank Me Later, and most recently reigning with 2019’s Care Package. Those chart-topping projects include LPs, EPs, mixtapes and compilation albums. (Scary Hours and Scary Hours 2 did not count toward the Billboard 200 because projects need to contain at least four songs to be considered for chart performance.)
What a Time to Be Alive in 2015 when Drake linked up with Future on their collaborative mixtape. But Nothing Was the Same in 2013 when the OVO MC dropped his introspective ballad-heavy project. His sonically dark 2011 album Take Care won Drake his first-ever Grammy Award in 2013 for best rap album.
We’ll thank him later when CLB is finally out this summer, but which Drizzy project are you forever grateful for? Vote!