“Just Have Fun”


Song: Drake "Own It"
Lyric: "Niggas talk more than bitches these days/And the new drugs got a nigga trippy these days!"




Five Rappers Not Worth Drake's Subliminal Jabs


"Diss me, you'll never hear a reply for it," Drake raps on So Far Gone's "Successful." The Toronto rapper kept his word until recently. Last week, Rick Ross released his latest mixtape, Rich Forever, featuring "Stay Schemin"—a song on which the Young Money star subliminally jabs back at Common. Com had previously taken shots at Drake on "Sweet" and confirmed that Drizzy was the song's target on Sway's Sirius Satellite morning show. Com isn't the first one to bait Drake, but he's surely the first one to do it successfully. Heartbreak Drake has been sort of a punching bag since the release So Far Gone, but he's consistently addressed jabs via Twitter and interviews, never on record. XXLMag.com takes a look at five rappers who called Drake out unsuccessfully.—XXL Staff



Drake with an owl






Noah 40 Shebib - Featured-3

"Dropped the mixtape, that shit sounded like an album / Who'd a thought a country wide tour be the outcome?" —Drake, "Forever"

It’s been five years since Drake’s breakout mixtape So Far Gone hit the Internet. Back in 2009, Drake was known as an actor from Degrassi who had just a handful of tracks, but was determined to make it in the music game. But So Far Gone changed that perception and launched a career that is showing no signs of slowing down—bad press, rap beefs, iconic Saturday Night Live performances and all. A major player in the making of So Far Gone is none other than Drake's longtime producer and OVO's in-house beat-maker, Noah “40” Shebib. Recently, 40 took time out of his busy schedule to talk So Far Gone and break down the mixtape that sounded like an album, track by track. —Emmanuel C.M. (@ECM_LP)

Previously: Drake Is Disgusted With Rolling Stone
Rolling Stone Says Drake Is Out Of Line
Drake Calls Macklemore Wack For Apologizing To Kendrick Lamar
Drake Throws Jabs at Kanye’s Lyrics