Best Drake Verses

Best Drake Verses

After BET introduced the young unsigned Canadian rapper through its ‘New Joint of the Day’ segment, no one would have expected him to rise to the current ranks. The popularity of the rapper from Toronto shot to the limelight with consistent progress and personal controversies too. After several releases, dating Rihanna, seizing a Grammy award, and starting his fashion line, Drake seems unstoppable. Aubrey Drake Graham has been on the ringer for most of his brief career and fame.
His music may be loved, but so are haters increased with the increase in fame. His life is also intruded with trending ridicules on the Internet. His softness has become Drake’s reputation and is what seems the only thing that stands out to the public. It is, however, not the achievements we wish to explore but some of the best verses he dropped over time.

His tracks have set the pace for professional rap beats for sale. You can now find closely related beats for sale at affordable prices.
Here are some of his verses that put most of his rivals and haters to shame

One More Time (Verse2)

This track is found between So Far Gone and the rest of his albums. It has a somewhat old school, with a conspicuous happy piano accompanying the traditional percussion-heavy instrumental for optimum energy. Almost the entire track is filled with great wordplay. The first and second verses are closely related and great. However, let us look at the favorite line in the second because it makes the verse superior to the first;

Hmmm, change these hundreds for me cashier
I ain’t made it, but I’m better off than last year
So, what it looks like hun?
I never got to make it rain, but it looks like fun

Too Much (Verse1)

The first verse of Too Much will quickly catch your attention. It is found in the Nothing Was the Same album and really touching. His vocals are pronounced and reveal a harsh tone right from the intro of the track. It begins with some heavy personal comments on the rap game and making his presence known. This track introduces him as an agent for change. He is not the typical rapper with nothing to say but brag. His style emerges as more sensible and gives him the respect he needs from his following. If you are tired with the common material mixed with emotion, you will also consider this your favorite line in the first verse;

I’m quiet with it; I just ride with it
Moment I stop havin’ fun with it, I’ll be done with it
I’m the only one that’s puttin’ shots up
And like a potluck, you need to come with it

Paris Morton Music

In this Collab with Rick Ross and Chrisette Michele, Drake drops an unforgettable verse as mixes a hook while singing. It resembles an Aston Marin Music production, which has a reputation for similar standards and style of rap beats. This track combines a collection of instruments and styles into full explosion making it a long-term hit. J.U.S.T.I.C.E league also used a similar style. Here is the favorite line in his part in the song;

Havin’ lunch and debatin’ Ferrari prices
23 and goin’ through a midlife crisis
But trust me, I still deliver like a midwife
And no, I’m not sayin’ I’m the nicest, I just live life like it
I want this Forever

The original version of the track features Eminem and Kanye West and is available in the Fro Rida album. It combines the boyish charm of Drake, the experience of Kanye, and unmatched skills of the legendary Eminem. This is the track that made him relevant and a notable sensation. There is no going back after releasing I want this Forever. The lyrics reveal he was set to ride along the big and mighty in the game and was not a newbie anymore. The favorite line in his part of the track is;

Im so unsigned it would blow ones mind,
cuz to every single record I am so unkind

Killer

Drake’s Killer is one of his best and it features a natural rap beat with heavy bass and epic organ chords. The result was so popular it set the trend for more rap beats for sale online. The most attractive thing standing out from this track is the clear brag verse. The most favorite line would be;

I’ll never be the reason that a bitch got paid
Even when I’m not functioning in tip top shape
I could bench as much as hip hop weighs

Fear (Verse 3)

Verse 3 of Fear will quickly catch your attention if you are a Drake fan. The song is definitely one of most popular hits and comes with drizzy lone verses. Here, he is speaking about his fame, success and ranks in the rap game when he suddenly turns to rap instead of singing the third verse. It becomes the most poignant and memorable. The favorite line in the verse goes;

I think I’m scared of what the future holds
I was wishing for some things and now am used to those
Every girl I meet thinks I’m fucking groupie hoes
The honesty of my music has left me too exposed