Is Drake the biggest rapper of our generation? If we were to look to his newest release, his double-track Scary Hours EP, for the answer, it would be a resounding yes, simply based off his record-breaking numbers with the surprise release. Even that seems to be all too easy and effortless for the Six God, he's really just tossing a (small) bone to the fans while he ups the ante with more studio session adventures on Instagram.

He is certainly among the most influential artists, and while the face and sound of hip-hop is ever-evolving, there are avenues that it has taken that might not have been possible before Drake's approach to melodies and his tendency for all-too honest emotions.

Beyond all that, Drake has maintained a certain cache and respect amongst his peers and his fans, even when embroiled in ghostwriting beefs or otherwise -- everything seems to just slide right off him, as he constantly maintains a fine line between humble and braggadocio. Case-in-point, these pairing of lyrics from "God's Plan":

"Without 40, Oli, there would be no me / Imagine if I never met the broskies"

"Might go down a G.O.D., yeah, wait / I go hard on Southside G, yuh, wait / I make sure that north-side eat"

Today we take a look at some of his best songs ~of all time~, honorable mention to "God's Plan," though.

Comment with your personal favourite Drake record ~of all time~.