Drake's Top 26 YOLO Lyrics in Honor of His 26th Birthday
Holy shit! Drake is another year older today. So no longer can we say he's "25 sitting on 25 mil."
Although, if his lyrical content is any indication, he's already stacked enough paper to match his new age and then some.
Like, seriously, this guy is the king of self-hatred-meets-braggadocio. At any moment, Drake could be about to cry or just fuck the pain away. That's why he gets so damn faded and buys so many fancy cars. This is #YOLOlyfe, bitch.
Now in honor of the 26th b-day of the man who claims to be the "Greatest Ever," let's look at some of his top 26 lyrical moments and see if we can't learn a trick or two.
Ms. Lauryn Hill - The MLH Caravan: A Diaspora Calling! Concert Series
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Gold Coast Jazz: Jon Faddis Quartet
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Trans-Siberian Orchestra Presented by Hallmark Channel
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Girl Choir of South Florida: Carol of the Dance
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"There I go, magic trickin' on yo ass/Throwing every president except for Nixon on your ass" -From Waka Flacka's "Round of Applause."
Drake, if you really had magic money, you would pull a Nixon out of your ass.
"Getting paid, well holla whenever that stop/My team good, we don't really need a mascot." -From "The Motto."
Well, what do you call Nicki Minaj?
"What have I learned since getting richer/I've learned working with the negatives can make for better pictures/I learned Hennessy and enemies is one hell of a mixture/Even though it's fucked up, girl, I'm still fucking wit ya." -From "HYFR."
Is this before or after Drake started sticking it to Rihanna?
"I think I'm addicted to naked pictures/And sittin talkin' bout bitches that we almost had/I don't think I'm conscious of making monsters/Outta the women I sponsor till it all goes bad" -From "Marvin's Room."
Drake, you have to love yourself before anyone else can love you. Stop trickin'.
"Shout out to all my niggas living tax free/Nowadays, it's six figures when they tax me" -From "Over My Dead Body."
If Drake can pay his taxes, so can the one percent.Next Page
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