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All those one-off tracks Drake has fired off in between album releases over the course of his career? They now have an official home, thanks to his new release “Care Package,” which collects the many loosies the 32-year-old rapper has dropped in the past 10-plus years.
The album brings many of these songs to streaming services for the first time, featuring fan-favorite deep cuts including 2011’s “Club Paradise” and “Girls Love Beyonce” and “5am in Toronto,” both from 2013, as well as amusingly dated-sounding tracks like “Jodeci Freestyle” and “Draft Day.”
In an Instagram post, Drake described the album as “some of our most important moments together available in one place.”
“Care Package” is Drake first solo compilation album, and his first full-length release since 2018’s “Scorpion.” Over on Instagram, the rapper has been busy promoting his other efforts, including “Euphoria,” the HBO series on which he has a producer credit, as well as his forthcoming Toronto-based OVO Fest and other recording sessions for yet-to-be-announced new music.
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