Top 10 Best Drake Songs
It's an amazing song. Drake, Eminem, Lil Wayne, and Kanye West in the same song is crazy. I don't know about you guys, but it's my favorite song.
Dope song, dope beat. This song is hard, arguably #1. Eminem kills it (in a good way) as always with his crazy lyrical way of rapping, and he is my favorite rapper. Anyway, the song is dope when Eminem mentions macadamia nuts. Like who rhymes like that? But that's just how Eminem is. He can rhyme with anything!
People are constantly calling this song the best just because Em was on it. Drake's verse was AWESOME, Kanye's was... uh..., and Lil' Wayne's was also pretty good. Sure, Eminem had a really good verse, but the rest is equally as good.
The first song that got me addicted to Drake. I love him, his music, and this song is one of many that are amazing, but Headlines makes you feel it. It's indescribable. The beat gives me life, and his voice is so classic. The style in this song is top-notch. Love this song, point blank.
This song is one of the greatest rap songs ever. The beat of the song is so catchy, and he's got his own rapping style. Also, the lyrics truly suit his sharp voice. This should be at number one.
I love this song. Heard my friend playing it, and the next thing I knew, it was in my head all day long. Love the song. I think it should be number 1. My gym teacher is always singing or rapping his songs, and that shows how many people love this song.
This, Headlines, Find Your Love. Ah, so hard to choose. Drake's music really was amazing, and the nostalgia is so good. Hopefully now that Rihanna is out of the way, his music will be good again. She literally killed his career. But this song is real Drake, real feelings, real lyrics, and real talent.
Haven't heard many Drake songs, but this is my favorite out of the ones I've heard. It should be number uno, but I still think Forever is a good song. I also like Find Your Love, Fancy, Right Above It, and What's My Name.
It's the song that introduced me to Drizzy. Maybe it's not the best, but yes, my favorite. Love it. I guess the best is Headlines. Best rap. And also The Resistance.
I have one question: what's with the new songs?
They're good, but for some reason, I keep going back to the album Take Care. Don't even know why, oh wait, yes I do. It was the emotion in the old songs. If you do another album like Take Care, I will faint from how great the moment is when someone tells me.
Nice beat, good lyrics. What more could you ask for from this song? It doesn't sound as pop as some of the others, in a good way.
"First name ever, last name greatest," remember when he said that we all started to sing along. This song lets us know he was here to stay.
This song had to be one of the absolute best songs to come out of the rap genius that is Drake. He successfully gives us an alluring tale that almost everyone can relate to: calling the old love that you never got over after a hard night or time, perhaps drunk. The background music does nothing but intensify the song, giving it an amazing effect.
Are you joking me? This isn't number 1? Who's voting for this stuff? No one with common sense! This song is for real, not like any of those radio popular songs sitting at one and two. Vote this up to number 1 and make this a legit site.
This is like his best song ever! The lyrics can be related to almost anyone, and that is what he does best: keeping it real! And this is undoubtedly better than Forever.
A very deep song that penetrates right into one's inner feelings. You've been in a situation like this, and if not, you better try it because there's nothing more beautiful in this world than this very sweet flavor of love sorrow.
The beat starts off so sweet, and later on in the song, it changes to be absolutely amazing. It should definitely be top 5... I can't believe it isn't! This song got me into listening to Drake.
The best thing ever. Rihanna, in particular, is fantastic, and I especially love the calm, reflective beat and the Gil Scott-Heron sample. I find Drake to be a lot better when he's singing and not rapping.
Unfortunately, I don't think Drake has a signature song just yet. "The Motto," however, is a great track. One of Drake's best, to be honest. The beat is simple and not overcomplicated. Drake usually builds his beats and makes them completely full, but this is him going in a different direction from what he usually does. Anyway, it seems like a fun track to rock to, but again, Drake has yet to show the public a hard-hitting track.
Best beat, coolest lyrics, and extremely catchy. I almost cried seeing the worst song ever (well, almost) above this. Started from the Bottom is like nails scraping on a chalkboard right next to my eardrums.
In my opinion, this is Drake's best song he's ever made. Dope, simple beat with crazy bars throughout both Drizzy and Wayne's verses. When he retires, this is a song you'll look back on his career thinking, "Damn, this was a classic."
This is the best Drake song ever. The beat is full of quality, and it's one of Drake's newest hits that everyone enjoys. It is probably the best song ever.
I absolutely love this song. It feels very melancholic and engaging. The music video is kinda unrefined, but otherwise, this song is definitely awesome!
Drake has a lot of great songs, but I think this one is the best. It puts you in a good mood instantly. This song is new, so everyone needs to vote for it to get it to #1.
It's the first song I heard from Drake and never missed his songs after. This may not deserve to be in the top 3 but definitely top 5. The lyrics are cool and the beats are dope.
Absolutely love this song! I love when he sings! It's nice when you get to see the softer side of him. Drake is one of my favorites right now because he does it all.
There are so many layers to this song, each of which is unmistakably catchy. Just goes to show, he's a pretty damn good singer on top of his rap game.
This song is THE boss. Awesome lyrics, catchy beats, great video! And most importantly, the meaning of the song. "Started from the bottom now he's here!"
"Just as a reminder to myself, I wear every single chain, even when I am in the house!"
Started from the bottom now we're here. Drake, the director more than anyone else, makes this song bigger and better. Great video and a simple beat, but the quality of the beat makes the song better.
This is a great song, possibly the best song by Drake. I totally loved it. I am surprised that many people don't think so.
One of Drake's fastest raps, this song is one of Drake's most successful songs. I suggest listening to it before you judge it.
Not only a great beat, but also brilliant rapping and it tells a story. Easily Drake's best song.
This song is the best! The best one of Drake's Take Care album, better than Forever.
The song needs no explanation. It is a good song before, during, and after a relationship. That is awfully difficult to find in one song, one of his best songs hands down!
Hotline Bling is his best song! Close behind is Hold On, We're Going Home, Take Care, Too Good, Find Your Love, Over, Forever, Best I Ever Had.
Eh, this song is way overrated, and he's definitely done better, but I know some people are in love with this song, so... here it is.
Such a good pump-up song. This song really gives you that "reflection" mentality.
Such a nice, relaxing song, and it makes me think about my crush. If only I was in 7th grade again.
This is Drake's rudest track. This is when we knew he wasn't joking around about becoming the best rapper of his era.
Best Drake song since Headlines. Amazing beats, great lyrics, and he absolutely killed it.
As the person who posted this song... Drake's selfish with all these banger beats. KIP.
This song is so awesome. It's like this is the BEST SONG EVER. Well done, Drake, you are my best musician. I love you so much. It's like 143. Couldn't you sing wonderfully!
While not a completely stellar Drake verse, he brings out the best in Wayne for one of the best verses he's ever spat. The vibe of this song is perfect for everywhere, especially in a car full of people.
I've heard many of Drake's songs. This should be number one.
Listen to it, and you'll believe me.
This song was #1 in the UK for 15 straight weeks! (Close to the record)
Smooth beat + calmed voice = best Drake song.
Great chill song, good club banger, awesome game changer.
Surprised this song isn't top 10... It's amazing, and I love it. Best song from the album Views, at least.
Awesome! This song is so great! This beat and... It's a perfect summer song!
God. This song turns me on. The lyrics, the soft voice of Drake, Nicki... It makes you feel it, touches you, and makes you feel like you're high. Like you're light. All you want from a song. Deserves to be number 1 without a single doubt.
This song has got to be one of Drake's best songs! I put this song on as an alarm for the morning, and it TOTALLY wakes me up! Very catchy and epic! This song makes people really get into what you're doing. A really rocking song!
This song is great. It's uplifting and has good vibes. Nicki Minaj shouldn't have been included, to be honest. The tone of the song is supposed to be relaxed, and then Nicki (or one of her alter egos) messes up the tune.
I'm not a big fan of Drake. Half of the time, he doesn't even rap, or do anything of substance, like in Started From the Bottom. I'm more of a 90s guy. With that being said, this goes hard. Drake actually shows off some of his rapping skills here, which is why his later songs piss me off because I know he can rap. He just is a sellout. Also, the fact that Drake's talking songs are above this pisses me off.
Am I the only one that has energy, got a lot of energy?
No, I've got enemies, got a lot of enemies, got a lot of people trying to drain me of this energy.
This should be top 5, no question. One of Drake's best all-around songs.
Needs to be in top 10!
Great song. This deserves to be in a better position. Love the beat and lyrics.
It took me a minute to get used to this song, but it's definitely one of my favorites. The rhythm is sick, and I'm addicted to the line "I was running through the 6 with my woes!"
This is easily number 1. The beat drop, the slow choppy flow, everything about this song is yes.
That title should explain it all. I don't think you know yourself if this isn't in the top 15.
While it's nowhere near as good of a diss track as 2Pac's "Hit Em Up", Nas' "Ether", or Eminem's "Nail In The Coffin", Drake ended Meek Mill on this one. The reason why I say "Nail In The Coffin" by Eminem is better is because Eminem was TWENTY times better than Benzino, and he didn't just end his career. He took the man out of him. But that doesn't take away what Drake did on this one. Best line: You're getting bodied by a singing [expletive].
In all honesty, this was the last track where he dropped bars and wrote his own lyrics. Then he did Views, More Life, and Scorpion, all of which he just sang about being pissed or sad and swore occasionally. Seriously, this was the last of his great songs.
Are you serious, guys? Come on, from start to finish the beats are fire, probably one of Drake's best fast rap songs, and all at the same time, he destroyed Meek Mill while at it. Come on, this is what I call a perfect song.
Easily the best song of 2014 and of Drake's songs. From going hard with a timeless flow in the 0-100 verse to slowing it down and flowing effortlessly over the smooth The Catch Up beat. Should be number 1.
Simply a masterpiece from start to finish. It starts with a dope and catchy rap style song that gets you super hyped (0 to 100), then flows into a wavy lyrical masterpiece outro (The Catch Up).
The first half of this song sucks, but the second half is good enough to keep its spot right here.
Why doesn't this song have more votes? This song is legendary. It shouldn't be so far down the list. Definitely top 20. Also surprised this didn't make it onto the mixtape. For all those people, this song is a comeback song, a song to tell all the people who didn't give you a chance. A classic right here.
This song makes you think about the ex you never had.
Why is this masterpiece at 43? This is honestly Drake's best song besides Marvin's Room and Headlines.
I listened to this song one time and can't stop. Drake goes hard, definitely better than most songs he puts out now.
This is his best pure rap song. He murdered this song, filled with enough subliminal shots to make someone drunk laugh out loud.
Drake's most underrated song, in my opinion. He spits absolute fire over this beat while taking some subtle shots at others.