Drake Quotes by The Kid Laroi, Tory Lanez, Trippie Redd, Kendall Schmidt, Daniel Sturridge, Romeo Santos and many others.
I met Drake. That was crazy. Chief Keef, that was another crazy one. Obviously, people like Ski Mask The Slump God, that’s my boy.
I like the music from Drake. I like the music from PARTY. I like music from The Weeknd, Justin Bieber.
Anything Drake drops is timeless. It’s always timeless, it’s always lit.
I’m into Incubus. Growing up, I was a huge Taking Back Sunday fan. I’m still a fan, but I don’t listen as much as I used to. When I was 13 or 14, I started getting into emo-pop-rock, so that influenced me. I also love Drake… I have a pretty diverse collection.
It’s difficult, the synergy between Drake and our generation – my generation, anyway – in the sense that his music is vulnerable, he’s very open, and you can connect to it. Like ‘Started From The Bottom,’ for instance. Not many people would have thought about that, even though it is a simple song.
When I was producing ‘Formula Vol. 2,’ I knew I needed to come hard with the features and do something I hadn’t done with Aventura. Collaborating with Drake was definitely one of those big steps that helped bachata go to the next level.
My dream tour would be like, me, Cole, Drake, Sean, Meek. I think that would be dope, something like that; big venues.
If you listen to Drake’s first single… he copied my whole bar word for word and my cadence and my flow from my song. Can I just get my credit?
Eddie Drake is sort of this loose cannon, funny, edgy guy, who has this really foolish, foolish mustache.
I see myself like what Drake did in the game. I came with melodies and different lyrics, from a different place – reggaeton is from Puerto Rico; Drake is from Canada.
I did everything to break in. I even recorded covers of Alicia Keys and Lauryn Hill, and put them on Youtube in the hopes that Drake would discover me like he did Justin Bieber.
I feel like Drake could literally put out anything – like, the sound of seagulls over a beat – and it could be the Number One song on Spotify.
I’d love to work with Drake; I’d love to work with Frank Ocean, Jay Z, and Kanye. The list is endless.
I’m a massive fan of Drake, and we walked right past him. He’s too cool to be clapping One Direction though.