When Drake first debuted at No. With the No. Of course, with Drake's chart ascent coinciding with the rise of streaming, it's not like all of these songs were "Drake hits," at least in the old-fashioned, single-oriented sense.
Find your favourite from our ranking of the Toronto star's greatest hits. The numbers speak for themselves — five studio albums, four Grammy Awards, songs on the Billboard Hot chart the most of any solo artist and billions of streams worldwide. One day the world woke up, checked the internet and life was never the same. A perfect, neon-pink slab of wistful nostalgia, tinged with lingering regrets and warm memories. This is the story of all of us.
It first became prominent from the release of Drake's third mixtape of the same name. The song is also included on Drake's debut studio album Thank Me Later , as a bonus track on the Japanese version of the album, and on iTunes in several countries. It was released as the third single from the album in the United Kingdom on October 11, , as a double-A-side single with " Fancy ". It remained his highest charting single as a lead artist as both Rihanna collaborations " What's My Name? The artwork originally showed the single as a file on a computer with a plain white background,  designed by artwork designer Darkie; this was deemed as too obscure by iTunes. A new cover was created by Darkie. Kia Shine credited himself with the production of the hit single, claiming he co-wrote the song for Drake, entitling him with part ownership of the song. The suit named Drake, as well as Cash Money Records and Universal Music Group , and asserted that Playboy "has suffered, and will continue to suffer irreparable injury" from the alleged infringement. The lawsuit demanded that "all infringing works be recalled and destroyed".