Drake Releases A Mixtape Like It's The Early 2000's
Let’s gooooooo. GOAT Drake just released a mixtape like it’s the early 2000’s, and I’m more than here for it. It's called "Dark Lane Demo Tapes." Anytime Drake releases something you stop what you’re doing and listen. He’s earned that. The guy hasn’t missed since he released “Best I Ever Had” in 2009. His versatility and longevity is monumental. One song will have you searching your ex on Instagram, and another one will give you an urge to rob the nearest bank. Did I just say that? Maybe I shouldn’t of. Whatever let’s roll with it. So, back to Dark Lane Demo Tapes. Before you’re quick to talk poorly of this project, you have to accept it for what it is. It’s not an album, it’s a mixtape. It’s most likely a bunch of unreleased songs and album throw aways, but overall the tape is still solid. You get the freestyle Drake, singing Drake and hard rapping Drake. In addition we get features from Future, Young Thug and Chris Brown. I’m not even going to mention Playboi Carti’s feature because he single handedly ruined the song he’s on. Why Drake even bothered with this guy is beyond me. Josh Smith’s Professional Review score is 7.9/10. Solid but nothing more. It’s still better than half the projects these artists are releasing now a days.
(Heres a few songs from the mixtape)