Care Package

Care Package

An amalgamation of fan-favorite loosies from 2010 through 2016, Drake’s 2019 compilation album, Care Package, serves as an introspective time capsule for new and enduring listeners alike. For those who remember Drake’s early days, the album unearths a series of near-decade-old cuts, including “I Get Lonely” and “Dreams Money Can Buy.” For newer fans, the tracklist serves as a peek into Drake’s sonic and personal past—of a period when he was still just Aubrey Graham, a striving young musician who was about to single-handedly reshape the rap genre. “I got car money, fresh-start money/I want Saudi money, I want art money,” Drake raps on “Dreams Money Can Buy,” reminding fans of a foregone time when the iconic entertainer wasn’t yet a household name. The track embodies the quintessential dark and moody late-night soundtrack that defined Drake’s sound, shaped by the rapper himself, as well as a team of early producers, including Noah “40” Shebib. Arriving one year following his pop- and rap-heavy Scorpion, the re-release of Care Package’s 17 tracks was a fan-driven reminder of the “old Drake” who captured a generation of listeners, and came up with his own definition of what it meant to be a rap superstar.

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