The 5 best Drake songs have all hit the charts across the world, gaining him respect as an artist in the industry. Even though Drake shines as a single artist he is also part of the up and coming group Young Money. Drake has earned his place in the rap and R&B world with a unique style.
- "Best I Ever Had." This is Drake's most successful single. It was released from the "So Far Gone" EP. This is one of the best Drake songs, because it not only reached number one on the U.S. rap charts, but also on the U.S. R&B charts.
- "Forever." Drake made a great move featuring Lil Wayne, Kanye West, and Eminem on this song. "Forever" was released on the "More Than a Game" soundtrack. This song has also jumped the charts, reaching number two on the U.S. R&B charts and number one on the U.S. rap charts. This song is one of his best because it features some of today's most popular rappers.
- "Successful." Drake gives us a pass into his world with this single featuring Trey Songz. This is by far one of his best, because he literally pours his heart out about life struggles and his mother. Successful reached number two on the U.S. rap charts and number three on the U.S. R&B charts.
- "I'm Goin In." Drake features Lil Wayne and Young Jeezy in this upbeat hip hop song. A favorite of many, "I'm Goin In" reached number 11 on the U.S. rap charts. This song was widely played by many night clubs throughout the U.S.
"Over." This song is Drake's latest single. It is the first single off of his new album "Thank Me Later." This album is to be released March 30, 2010. "Over" has earned its place as one of the best, showing how he has grown and developed as an artist.
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