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Drake tends to get a lot of flack for producing music that’s sentimental and effeminate, but in reality, he’s one of the most versatile artists in his league. While many rappers will go shopping for someone to drop a hook in between their verses – Drake just saves himself some of his young money and does the damn thing himself.

His ability to transition from rapping to singing, and flawlessly intertwine the two on any given track, has enabled him to be marketable to all demographics.

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His multi-talents in the booth, combined with consistently relatable subject matter (despite much of it being labeled as “soft”) have been keys to his major commercial success.

We decided to take a look back at all of the Drake-vocalist collaborations – many of those “features” being himself – and bring them to light in the wake of his impending official Nothing Was The Same release.

Hit the jumps ahead to take a look at Drake’s hip hop-R&B hybrids.

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About The Author

Alana is - among other things - a journalist, on-air host and Rutgers University graduate with a passion for the art of the English language in both its written and spoken forms. She fell in love with radio in college where she initially got involved at the university's station out of sheer boredom; after hearing how positively her peers received her performance, a vision for something bigger was born. Her mission is simple. For her voice to be heard, and for it to impact the world. Currently, you can hear her live on The One Day Show every Monday from 8-10pm on GIDradio.com. And, of course, you can keep up with her contributions to TheSource.com right here.

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