Drake Drops 'Care Package': Here's Where Each of These Classics Come From

A collection of “important moments” from the 6 God’s career
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Care Package has arrived. The 17 track collection rounds up all the loose Drake favorites from over the years, not found on any of his official album releases. From songs dropped on the way to Take Care to leaked tunes in the lead-up to Views, these are well-worn and coveted classics. Enjoy some off-season Drizzy and rewind to some songs he calls “some of our most important moments together.”

As you unwrap Care Package, here’s a reminder of when these “moments” first took place.

“ Dreams Money Can Buy”

2011. One of four songs released before Take Care.

“The Motion”

2013. Arrived as part of a four song set in advance of Nothing Was the Same.

“How Bout Now”

2014. From a three song collection called Views From The 6, Drake insisted wasn't an EP. “Just three songs I knew some hackers had.”

“Trust Issues”

2011. Another slow burner released in the lead-up to Take Care.

“Days In The East”

2014. Released overnight on the OVO blog, feature a Rihanna sample.

“Draft Day”

2014. Was this the song that cursed Johnny Manziel? Now that he has an NBA Championship, is that still even a thing?

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“4pm In Calabasas”

2016. Part of the AM / PM series, including targets on Diddy, Joe Budden, and Meek Mill.

“5am In Toronto”

2013. An earlier diss from the series.

“I Get Lonely”

2010. Early and emotional crooning from Champagne Papi, with some help from TLC.

“My Side”

2015. A bonus from If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late.

“Jodeci Freestlye” featuring J. Cole

2013. The second meeting between Drake and J.Cole.

“Club Paradise”

2011. Another on the way to Take Care.

“Free Spirit” featuring Rick Ross

2011. The last loosie before Take Care, trading verses with Rick Ross.

“Heat Of The Moment”

2014. One more of the “hacked” songs released preemptively by Drake.

“ Girls Love Beyoncé” featuring James Fauntleroy

2013. A spin on “Say My Name” from Bey and company, from the Nothing Was the Same sessions.

“Paris Morton Music”

2010. Another take on a Rick Ross jam.

“Can I” featuring Beyoncé

2015. Meant for Views but leaked and eventually not included.