Kodak Black at the WGCI Big Jam in Chicago. (Photo by Eddy “Precise” Lamarre for release)
Drake sparked a furious online debate when the Toronto-born emcee said that Kodak Black is the best rapper of this generation, and so will be of The next.
Drake’s favorite hip-hop albums:
- Black Album – Jay-Z
- Lord Willin – Clipse
- Life After Death – Biggie Smalls
- The Love Below – Outkast
- Aquemini – Outkast
- Doggy Style – Snoop Dogg
- Boogie Mixtape – Little Brother
- ) Tha Carter II – Lil Wayne
Drake’s Five Favorite Rappers:
- The Notorious B.I.G.
- Jay Z
- Lil Wayne
- Young Tony
- Andre 3000
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For the most part, though Drake is stern in his feelings, and it makes you wonder why, in the span of a full ten years, he hasn’t grow even the slightest in love and relationships. On Lil Durk and Giveon ‘In The Bible’, the rapper is always afraid to let love get too close, “you don’t know love, you don’t love me like my son.” In ‘F**king Fans’, she seems to reminisce about a past relationship she ruined while having fun with her fans, ‘Pipe Down’ is a great look at a relationship that just doesn’t work, and the euphoric ‘Race My Mind’ paints a picture. of Drake waiting for his drunken lover to come home. It’s perfect Drakeism, wrapped in mock despair while reciting the same story about women, and it all sounds a little tired.
Combined with the album’s thematic concept of “toxic masculinity and an acceptance of the truth that is inevitably heartbreaking,” an interesting jumble of words, it seems like a missed opportunity to only scratch the surface of such a complex topic. .
But if the schedule is met, which seems the most likely case, Drake has, of course, succeeded. When it comes to catchy songs, the rapper is the Alpha and he knows it. ‘Fair Trade’ with Travis Scott will no doubt be heard at many parties in the future, ‘Fountains’ is a muted ‘One Dance’ with its dancehall undertones but would fit well in a ‘casual vibe’ playlist, ‘IMY2′ by Kid Cudi’ is perfect for Kid Cudi fans, and ‘TSU’ turns the story of a stripper in distress into a bop, despite its unfavorable choice to use an R. Kelly sample in its introduction. More eyebrow raising is earned on other tracks as well. Lil Baby’s “Girls Want Girls” has absolutely an amazing beat, but the fetishization of women who love women has no place in 2021 and Drake hasn’t really hit the mark, even if the line “say you’re a lesbian, little girl”. , Me Too” is ironically fun. And while the Future and Young Thug collaboration ‘Way 2 Sexy,’ which samples Right Said Fred’s 1991 ‘I’m Too Sexy,’ will be played everywhere during the coming months.
Drake says Kodak Black is the best rapper of this generation – you really have everything for this generation and the next if we’re being honest
Kodak Black is one of the best rappers ever the times – according to Drake.
Successful rapper Drake, 35, says Florida rapper Kodak Black, 24, was rap’s only hope.Certified lover jumped livestream from Kodak p’s Instagram to praise his talent: