Drake Quotes by Miquita Oliver, PartyNextDoor, Drake Bell, Zion Williamson, Alexis Knapp, Bryson Tiller and many others.
I find real strength in Drake and I think it’s because he’s so gentle and confident in his delivery. It’s like, he’s not panicking and overselling himself or trying to lie.
I’m not Drake’s sidekick.
‘Drake and Josh’ was strictly nine to five. We’d go in and know what we were doing, and ‘Superhero Movie’ was just nuttiness every day because there’s a joke every ten seconds.
I’m telling y’all Drake is that dude! Definitely listening to Quavo too!
If it’s time to party, it’s time for hip hop. I love Drake, Jay-Z, Kanye. If I’m chilling at home though, I’m listening to Massive Attack, Thievery Corporation, Radiohead, DJ Shadow. I also listen to a lot of classical.
One thing Drake is known for is putting out good, quality music. To acknowledge me and my music was all I needed to hear from anybody. Nobody could tell me anything after that.
I actually didn’t grow up watching ‘Degrassi,’ but I saw the commercials and knew the characters. I didn’t realize that Drake was the guy from ‘Degrassi.’ I had to piece it together and go, ‘Oh! He’s Aubrey Graham.’
The Americans have their way of talking, their way of dressing, their way of doing things, and we have ours. That’s why this whole U.K. underground thing has become sick, because everyone has finally said, ‘Yeah, yeah, Drake is sick – but hang on, we are too.’
My playlist on game day kind of varies. Some days I may be in an R&B mood and that’s what pumps me up, and some days it may be country, some days it may be hip-hop or just a Drake album.
Drake and I have built a relationship, vibing and performing together.
I was lucky enough to be in the studio with Drake and Kanye before I put ‘Freaky Friday’ out. I showed them the video before I put it out.
Drake genuine. I feel like he’s a genuine person.
I like the music from Drake. I like the music from PARTY. I like music from The Weeknd, Justin Bieber.
I love Justin Bieber, love Drake.
My big influences are Joni Mitchell, and a lot of classical and Indian music, as well as Nina Simone and the personal blues and jazz of Billie Holiday. Other influences for me include Bjork, Nick Drake, and Sufjan Stevens.
Tell that boy Drake he don’t want it with me in ‘Fortnite.’
It’s difficult, the synergy between Drake and our generation – my generation, anyway – in the sense that his music is vulnerable, he’s very open, and you can connect to it. Like ‘Started From The Bottom,’ for instance. Not many people would have thought about that, even though it is a simple song.