Drake recently released his new mixtape Dark Lane Demo Tapes and its opening track is "Deep Pockets," which may or may not be a reference to fellow Toronto rapper Young Tony's (aka Anthony "Hush" Palman) mid-2000s group Deep Pockets. Tony, who's now also a member of Drake's OVO crew, posted an Instagram with pictures of two old Deep Pockets CDs and put the #darklanedemotapes hashtag in the caption, and then Drake -- completely unprompted -- left his list of his top five rappers of all time in the comments, including Tony.
"My top 5 is Biggie, Hov, Wayne, Young Tony, and 3000 since nobody asked," Drake wrote. What do you think of Drake's list?
In related news, Drake's great Future collab from earlier this year, "Life Is Good," will appear on Future's new album High Off Life, which drops this Friday (5/15). Tracklist below.
High Off Life Tracklist
‘Trapped In The Sun’
‘Touch The Sky’
‘Solitaires’ (feat. Travis Scott)
‘One Of My’
‘Posted With Demons’
‘Hard To Choose One’
‘Trillionaire’ (feat. YoungBoy Never Broke Again)
‘Harlem Shake’ (feat. Young Thug)
‘Up The River’
‘Pray For A Key’
‘All Bad’ (feat. Lil Uzi Vert)
‘Outer Space Bih’
‘Accepting My Flaws’
‘Life Is Good’ (feat. Drake)
‘Last Name’ (feat. Lil Durk)
‘100 Shooters’ (feat. Meek Mill and Doe Boy)
‘Life Is Good’ remix (feat. Drake, DaBaby and Lil Baby)
Check out photos of Drake's surprise appearance with Future at Coachella 2017: