On this day (Feb. 13) 10 years go, Drake dropped his critically acclaimed mixtape, So Far Gone. Released under his label imprint October’s Very Own, the 18-track project featured contributions from Lil Wayne, Trey Songz, Lloyd, Omarion and more and spewed his top charting single, “Best I Ever Had.”
In celebration of the 10th anniversary, Drake announced that the mixtape would be available on streaming platforms.
Last month, however, there was some static between the Toronto rapper and Kanye West as West would not clear his “Say What’s Real” sample after Drake allegedly followed Ye’s wife, Kim Kardashian-West on Instagram out of spite. But the two have since settled their differences and West has since cleared the 808s & Heartbreaks sample.
“I will never forget anybody involved in this journey even if you don’t fit in this caption,” Drake said in an Instagram post Wednesday morning.
Fans can expect So Far Gone to hit streaming platforms on Thursday, Feb. 14.