Drake mirrored on So Far Gone, the debut mixtape that put his profession in movement, with a honest Instagram put up on the trouble's tenth anniversary Wednesday morning (Feb. 13).
Drizzy thanked those who performed a job in spawning the acclaimed 18-track mission, shouting-out Lil Wayne, Bun B, Boi-1da, OVO 40, Kanye West, and even LeBron James. The 6 God additionally confirmed that SFG would land on streaming providers in full Thursday (Feb. 14).
Drake paid homage to Kanye for paving the best way for emo-rap to thrive with tasks like 808s & Heartbreak previous to his meteoric rise, although the pair of hip-hop legends have been publicly feuding just lately. "@kanyewest a decade in the past I rapped over your beat trigger you simply made the most effective shit and although you keep wildin on twitter lately I’ll always remember what you contributed to the sport and my profession," the "Say What's Real" artist wrote.
The OVO frontman then saluted Lil Wayne for altering his life and signing him to Young Money Entertainment. Weezy lent his deadly rhymes to numerous So Far Gone's standout tracks. "@liltunechi a decade in the past you took me out of Toronto and gave me the largest blessing anyone has ever given me…I’ll always remember anyone concerned on this journey," Drake concluded.
Look for So Far Gone to land on streaming providers in all places simply in time for Valentine's Day (Feb. 14). Check out Drake's put up trying again on the life-changing day under.