Top 10 The best Drake Songs for 2016 & 2015

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For all you Drake fans, here are the top 10 best Drake songs for 2016. In just a few short years, Drake transformed from a former child star (of the Canadian hit show Degrassi: The Next Generation) into a hip hop heavyweight. He was one of the only artists in music to land a national radio hit from an unofficially released mixtape. And his blend of bravado and emotion has landed him in a rap class all by himself.

He effortlessly swings between thought-provoking flows and silky smooth R&B vocals. With his much-anticipated Views From The 6 album set to drop April 29 and a headlining tour beginning shortly after, it looks like Drake is poised to dominate the music conversation all summer. Here are 10 of his best tracks.

Top 10 The best Drake Songs for 2016

10. Miss Me

On this Drake classic from his first album, Thank Me Later, he partners with boss label and legend Lil’ Wayne to trade instantly quotable lines back and forth of a lively classic soul sample. Number 10 best Drake songs.

9. Worst Behavior

This was Drake at his most raw and confrontational. Over a sparse, bass-heavy track, he details painfully personal stories about his upbringing. It’s his signature ability to overshare that’s on full display here. Number 9 best Drake songs.

8. Over

As the first official single for Drake after signing with Young Money Entertainment, Over made use of another glittery soul sample to help show the world that Drake had arrived. He flows easily through the song with the confidence of a veteran. Number 8 best Drake songs.

7. Find Your Love

Also from Thank Me Later, Find Your Love was produced by Kanye West and drew on 1980s-era Phil Collins pop-soul to show Drake’s romantic side. He croons about the love in his life, and the matching video tells a tale of grit and heartache. Number 7 best Drake songs.

6. Hold On, We’re Going Home

Fans of Find Your Love were right at home with the release of Hold On, We’re Going Home. Teaming up with relatively unknown producers Majid Jordan, Drake released one of the most instantly catchy and romantic songs of his career. And like the continuing 80s vibe of Find Your Love, the matching video was an action-packed Miami Vice style mini movie. Number 6 best Drake songs.

5. Energy

Drake made waves when his spontaneously released mixtape became a number one album. Of all the quotable songs on If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, Energy seemed to resonate the most with its strong message about being weary of those with negative intentions. Number 5 best Drake songs.

4. Headlines

Headlines was the sign that Drake had made it. As the lead single from Take Care, his bravado and the song’s super catchy hook were just a warning shot. Take Care would spawn a number of gigantic hits. Number 4 best Drake songs.

3. Take Care

One of those hits was the title track from the album. With rumored flame Rihanna singing classic lyrics from Gil Scott-Heron and production from indie producer Jamie XX (of the XX), Take Care was a mainstream hit with extreme indie sensibility. Number 3 best Drake songs.

2. Started From The Bottom

Drake has made a career out of announcing his return with hard-hitting lead singles. Nothing Was The Same was no different. Started From The Bottom was a straightforward record with ominous piano and lyrics about his wild success. Number 2 best Drake songs.

1. Hotline Bling

Despite Drake’s success using intense first singles to launch new projects, Hotline Bling seemed to drop out of the sky (unattached to any album but appearing on Views From The 6 as a bonus track). With the vaguely reggae-tinged track, lyrics seemingly written for tweets, and the cultural phenomenon of the video, Hotline Bling was the mega single of 2015 that just wouldn’t stop. The video now has almost 700 million views! Number 1 best Drake songs.

Top 10 The best Drake Songs 2015-2014

Drake, the popular artist in the field of hip-hop, R&B or rap songs, hit in top ten male artists in 2014 and 2015. Most of his songs are beaten and touched the listeners’ mood as its melody is in rap style. Consequently, the following lists are Drake’s most well-known songs in all time.



1.“Take Care”

was released on November 15, 2011.  Drake’s Take Care is a hip-hop style, expressing the true love and care toward the person whom he loves, written in wonderful lyrics. So far, it has hit at rank #1 on the US Billboard 200 chart and has sold over 600 thousand copies in first week releasing. Moreover, the background rhyme of soft piano and beaten drums associated with fantastic video and attractive dancing style help the songs seem to be more beautiful and lively.

2. “Successful”

was released on February 13, 2009 from Drake’s third studio album So Far Gone and Ready. This song boosts the power while listening; it encourages us no matter what’s happened, just remember that success in our hand. The melodies of the song are hip-hop and R&B which stimulate and courage more about personal’s feeling. It sat at #17 on the Billboard Hot 100 whereas it got #2 and #3 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop songs chart.

3. “Headlines”

was released on August 9, 2011 from the album Take Care. Drake has done a great job in this song, his tone that was recorded in “Headlines” sound natural, especially, when combining with hip-hop and R&B rhyme behind. It gained at #13 on Billboard charts and sold 1 million copies worldwide.

4. “Miss Me”

was released on June 1, 2010 from the album Thank Me Later. “Miss Me” also included amazing hooks that grabbed more listeners’ attention during the lyrics pass through. It was appreciated of its hip-0hop music genre; therefore, it sat at #15 on Billboard and sold 500000 copies in the US.

5. “The Motto”

was created on November 29, 2011 and it was one of th most successful songs from the album Take Care. It is quite different from other songs listed in this list because it was generated from hyphy combined with hip-hop style. “The Motto” made a huge success in selling; 3 million copies sold out in the US. Also, it was nominated for the Best Rap song at the 55th Grammy Awards.

6. “Worst Behavior”

was released on September 20, 2013 from his studio album Nothing Was The Same. It was originally written by Drake cooperated with other famous songwriters. Its lyrics contributes of sensitive hooks along with hip-hop melody. “Worst Behavior” sticked at #27 on the Billboard HOt 100 chart.

7. “Dreams Money Can Buy”

was released on May 20, 2011 and was included on the album Take Care. This song mainly talks about dreams connected with reality that money can buy it. Listen to this hip-hop song, listeners are aware more about the reality or the power of money in the world.

8. “Marvin Rooms”

was released on June 28, 2011 in part of album Take Care. The lyrics seems like a list of conversation between man and woman after misunderstanding with each other. It was designed in R&B melody. ‘Marvin Rooms” by Drake peaked at #21 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and reached a top ten on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop songs chart.

9. “Best I Ever Had”

was released on June 16, 2009 from the album So Far Gone. It is kind of love dance song made up with R&B and hip-hop style. Because this song hit the top on the Billboard for Hot Rap song and gained a great deal of popularity, and as a result Drake makes up his mind to release So Far Gone album as an EP. Moreover, “Best I Ever Had” was achieved for two Grammy Award.

10. “Started From The Bottom”

was released on February 6, 2013 from his third studio album Nothing Was The Same. The lyrics of “Started From The Bottom” is mentioned about his personal trouble, but he tries to figure it out and inspire himself as well as his friend. It sat on Billboard Hot 100 at rank #6.