The project will be made available on all streaming services soon.
The feud between Drake and Kanye West was fairly one-sided for the most part. Sure, Drake threw in some subliminals in his lyrics but most of their beef was fueled by Kanye's Twitter rantings. The two are globally known as some of the most iconic musicians of the last decade and right now, Drake remains on top of the world. With So Far Gone turning 10-years-old today, Drake celebrated by announcing that the project would soon be uploaded to all streaming services. He also sent plenty of "thank you" messages to those that have supported him in the past. Surprisingly, Kanye West was included in the bunch.
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Drake has never been shy about stating Kanye's influence on his career. In his most recent social post, he shouted out people like LeBron James, Trey Songz, Noah "40" Shebib, Lil Wayne, Omarion, and others. He said that every single one of them had a major impact on his career, pointing out specific moments that he will always hold close to his heart. When it came to Kanye West, the star performer took a mild shot but went back to his polite manner.
"@kanyewest a decade ago I rapped over your beat cause you just made the best shit," wrote Drake. "And even though you stay wildin on twitter these days I will never forget what you contributed to the game and my career."
Clearly, there's still a lot of influence there despite their personal differences. Are you thinking Ye will respond?