Drake Releases “Care Package” With Unreleased Tracks


Drake is hooking fans up with a compilation album filled with previously unreleased favorites on “Care Package.”

He’s come a long way, and listening through old tracks up against his latest “Money in the Grave” shows his evolution from a conflicted artist searching for love to a boss that can’t be bothered. With lines like “”used to save hoes with a mask and a cape, now I’m like, ‘Nah, love, I’m good, go away,” you can see he’s been through a lot.

The album features 17 tracks from throughout his career, though all were previously unreleased except for on SoundCloud and YouTube. Songs include “Can I”, “Dreams Money Can Buy,” “Paris Morton Music,” “Draft Day,” and “Jodeci Freestyle.” He also included freestyle tracks like “4PM in Calabasas” and “5AM in Toronto”.

He announced the project on August 1st as he gears up for OVO Fest, writing on Instagram, “Available Friday on all platforms. Some of our most important moments together available in one place. Care Package.”

Drake has everybody else in their feelings with the album too.

Drizzy has been on quite a roll, all but securing 2019 as his year. He just appeared on Rick Ross’s “Gold Roses,” as well as the tracks “Omerta” and “Money in the Grave” in honor of the Toronto Raptors NBA title win.

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