Drake releases Care Package compilation album with unreleased favourites

Tracks from throughout the Canadian hip-hop artist's career are included on the project

Roisin O'Connor
Music Correspondent
Friday 02 August 2019 08:23
Drake at the Billboard Music Awards
Drake at the Billboard Music Awards

Drake has released a new compilation album, Care Package, which is made up of previously unreleased tracks from throughout his career.

The 17-track project includes “Can I”, which was leaked during the Views era, and “Dreams Money Can Buy”, which came out between Thank Me Later and Take Care.

Other tracks include “Paris Morton Music,” “Draft Day,” “Jodeci Freestyle,” and freestyles like “4PM in Calabasas” and “5AM in Toronto”.

Stream Care Package below:


The Canadian hip hop artist’s album also includes guest appearances from Rick Ross, J Cole and James Fauntleroy.

Drake made the announcement ahead of OVO Fest on Thursday 1 August: “Available Friday on all platforms. Some of our most important moments together available in one place. Care Package,” he wrote on Instagram.

The tracks had previously only been available on Soundcloud or YouTube, but are now on all major streaming services including Spotify, Amazon and Apple Music.

Drake recently appeared on Ross’s track “Gold Rose” and released two of his own new tracks in celebration of the Toronto Raptor\s first NBA title: “Omerta” and “Money in the Grave”.

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