Monday, June 14, 2010

Drake: Thank Me Later Debut Album

Now, if you have been following this blog since the beginning (circa 2008), then you know we support the homie Drake. The Baron Boys and Sosa are big supporters of this newer school of rap -- this new league of starters whose progression we have witnessed since pre-fame. From Room for Improvement, to Comeback Season, to Grammy-nominated So Far Gone, to right now at where he is in his career, we've seen him progress from the jump, and it's quite an amazing thing to see THE underrated, yet talented underdog come up from others doubting, hating, and holding him back.

No matter what anyone says, you can't take away the work and dedication he puts into his music. I support good music. Point blank. Drake's projects are comprised of well-thought out, conceptual music.

Despite all the singing he does on the album, it's fairly Hip-Hop for the reasons stated above. No matter how much you dislike Drake for what ever reason, I don't see how you can deny the album as a fair attempt at "real" music. It's real shit, and a real nigga can't hate on real shit. Just saying.

Much love and congratulations to Drake. We know it's as good as Platinum in the first few weeks, Diamond by Fall. Too much credit? Nah.

Purchase Drake's Debut album "Thank Me Later" (here) and support good music that's worth your money.

-Pay Attention-

3 comments:

Sosa said...

yeah its crazy how when we first posted up Comeback Season and niggas sent out mass email blast just off GP of it being good music we was like 'this is that next dude, dont sleep'. They def did sleep and before you knew it was too late, two years later. Now look at him bout to go Plat 1'st week or 2nd week and the hottest out. SMH Shout out to the homie Drake (even though 1da know we wanted to make that album lol). Much love for that 9AM Freestyle cuz thats the type of shit i wanted to hear.

Album came out ill though.

"Unforgettable" is my favorite.

Anonymous said...

did you say "underrated"?? whoa!! :-/

COOP of Baron Boys said...

"From Room for Improvement, to Comeback Season, to Grammy-nominated So Far Gone, to right now at where he is in his career, we've seen him progress from the jump, and it's quite an amazing thing to see THE underrated, yet talented underdog come up from others doubting, hating, and holding him back."

Implying that he was once very underrated and slept on, pre-weezy. Yes. This statement is true.