When Drake left the Canadian television game and entered the American hip-hop game, he quickly rose to the top. He garnered for himself a reputation of not only being a ladies’ rapper, but also one of the hardest working rappers out there. He’d drop so many tracks over the weekends in between singles that would end up charting so high, it was impossible not to hear Drake on the radio everywhere all the time.
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So it’s no surprise how many highly anticipated collaborations featuring Drake are so to come. Click on the audio player to hear Headkrack expain more on this story from in this exclusive audio edition of the Hip-Hop Spot.
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Drake Hosts The 2014 ESPYS! [PHOTOS]
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2. Sloane StephensSource: 2 of 12
3. Skylar Diggins & DrakeSource: 3 of 12
4. Colin Kaepernick & Chrissy TeiganSource: 4 of 12
5. Skylar Diggins & DrakeSource: 5 of 12
6. LoLo JonesSource: 6 of 12
7. Iggy Azalea & Nick YoungSource: 7 of 12
8. Taye Diggs & Amanza Smith BrownSource: 8 of 12
9. Keri HilsonSource: 9 of 12
10. Dan Marino, Kevin Durant & Peyton ManningSource: 10 of 12
11. Maria Sharapova & Floyd MayweatherSource: 11 of 12
12. Drake & Lance StephensonSource: 12 of 12
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