Drake Quotes by Kelsea Ballerini, Jay Pharoah, Young Thug, Frank Ocean, Eli Drake, Gabrielle Aplin and many others.
It’s been really cool to me to watch someone like Sam Hunt, whose lyrics and roots are in country but you can hear that he listens to Drake and Justin Timberlake – and that’s OK. It allows songwriters to be more honest because it’s like, ‘This is who I’m listening to.’
I’ve never seen Kendrick Lamar crack a joke, and I’ve met him, but I’m sure he’s hilarious, too, just because he’s so good at rapping. J. Cole is a funny guy as well. Drake is funny. But who’s the funniest guy I’ve met who is a rapper? I would say 50 Cent.
Wayne and Drake, it takes them so long to do a song. I understand why, because they want it to be perfect. But I think I can do a perfect song in 10 minutes.
I respect Drake not only as a creative person but as a business mind as well. I think Drake’s important.
As far as my goals are concerned, Eli Drake needs to be a household name any and everywhere it can be. Aside from that I want to rack up championships.
I grew up listening to Nick Drake. Without him, I would not write music – and ‘Pink Moon’ is my favourite LP.
I’ve been getting into Nick Drake lately, the folk singer. Sad, gorgeous stuff.
The first time I heard Adam Feeney and Chester Stone Hansen’s ‘Vibez,’ it was used in Drake’s ‘0-100’ as a sample.
I see myself like what Drake did in the game. I came with melodies and different lyrics, from a different place – reggaeton is from Puerto Rico; Drake is from Canada.
Drake, I’d like to collaborate with. He’s a phenomenal lyricist. Probably the best rapper in the world at the moment. I love Kanye but there’s something about Drake; he’s more straight up, really clever and really poetic and metaphorical – I love that. He’s just clever.
Me and Drake, we just met each other in passing on the road. We kicked it a few times. We kept ending up in the same circles. Eventually we figured out we wanted to work.
I always liked Drake.
The Americans have their way of talking, their way of dressing, their way of doing things, and we have ours. That’s why this whole U.K. underground thing has become sick, because everyone has finally said, ‘Yeah, yeah, Drake is sick – but hang on, we are too.’
I’d love to work with Drake. I got Drake beats.
I loved ‘Nothing Was the Same’ so much. For me, that was the first Drake record that I got into.
I’m not going to do a song just because it’s with Drake.
Drake took me to the limit in our ping-pong challenge.