What’s Your Favorite Drake Project of All Time? Vote!

We'll thank Drake later when Certified Lover Boy is finally out like the rest of us this summer, but which Drizzy project are you forever grateful for? Vote!

What’s Your Favorite Drake Project of All Time? Vote!

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!

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Here’s Why Lil Dicky Pulled His ‘White Dude’ Video Off YouTube

In the 2010s, Lil Dicky came up as a comedic Internet rapper -- which is also the premise of his hit FXX series Dave -- but there's one viral piece of his story he's not proud of.

Here’s Why Lil Dicky Pulled His ‘White Dude’ Video Off YouTube

In the 2010s, Lil Dicky came up as a comedic Internet rapper — which is also the premise of his hit FXX series Dave — but there’s one viral piece of his story he’s not proud of.

The 33-year-old rapper acknowledges parts of his controversial past in a new feature with GQ published on Monday (June 14), explaining why he took the music video for 2013’s “White Dude” off his official YouTube channel. The video faced backlash for its depictions of Dicky, the titular white dude, galavanting through life much easier than people of color and women.

“Even though I knew I was never serious with it and it was just a joke, it just didn’t feel like a joke I was proud of. And I don’t like making jokes I’m not proud of,” he said, later adding how aware he is of “how insensitive my art can be, but I’m a very sensitive person and I hate offending people. If I see anybody that’s offended by something I’m doing, it really hurts my heart, truly.”

Another decision he’s standing by is recording his 2018 smash hit “Freaky Friday” with Chris Brown, where the two switch bodies (à la the movie it shares a name with) and the R&B superstar enjoys a more low-key life while the rapper spoils himself in Brown’s luxury and ability to say the N-word, which is actually sung by Brown in the song and video. The song peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100, which proves Dicky’s point that “Freaky Friday” is a “f—ing global smash hit” despite his collaborator’s own controversial past with domestic violence against women, most notably his ex-girlfriend Rihanna, whom he assaulted in 2009.

“With Chris Brown, we can do one of two things: We can never hear from him again and say ‘I won’t accept any Chris Brown whatsoever,’ or I feel like we can allow him to use his talent for good,” he says. “When I see people react to the song, I really think that it makes people laugh and it makes people happy. I don’t think it’s the type of thing that really is making the world a worse place, on a micro-specific, talking-about-the-song level.”

Read his entire GQ feature here.

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