What Your Favorite Drake Song Says About You, From "All Me" To "Trophies"
As someone who devotes a great deal of time to the everlasting quest for deeper self-discovery, I’m always more than happy to turn the tables for a moment to look beyond myself to analyze the personality traits of others, namely those who count themselves as Drake fans. Honestly, if you're a Drake fan, that tells me quite a bit about you without even seeing your face or learning your name or zodiac sign — and your favorite Drake song can say a lot about you as well.
Since the self-proclaimed "6 God" has a reputation for being a bit of an emo, moody rapper, I'm going to assume that Drake fans will be reluctant to admit that they all have permanent season passes to the "Theme Park of Emotional Rollercoasters," — and that they, with no hesitation, can each identify a Drake song that corresponds with their mood.
So, whether you’ve been rocking with Drake from the bottom or since his Degrassi days (whichever came first) or just recently joined the bandwagon with the rapper’s recent surprise release of his mixtape, If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late (Beyoncé style!) here are few things your favorite Drake song says about you:
"Girls Love Beyoncé"
You're really a dedicated member of Beyoncé's Beyhive doing a terrible job masquerading as a Drake fan.
You're a hard-working, self-starter who will only touch a self-help book to use it as a coaster or to toss in the fireplace when you run out of wood.
"Make Me Proud" feat. Nicki Minaj
Would Nicki Minaj and Drake make a great couple? I doubt it, but you're just waiting on the moment they profess their undying love for one another.
"How About Now"
You're a formerly underappreciated individual who stays prepared for the moment you run into that scumbag ex on the street so he can really regret taking you for granted.
"You and The 6"
Aw, how sweet! You text your mom every single day and routinely purchase her Mother's Day gift months in advance, unlike those of us who clog up store aisles on the day of to choose from the remaining raked-over generic cards.
"0 to 100/The Catch Up"
Honestly, I'm not feeling so sure about you right now. Much like "0 to 100/The Catch Up," one minute you're a ball of energy and the next you're as lazy and laid-back as I am after a glass of Merlot. Talk about giving mixed signals.