So Far Gone is the debut extended play by Canadian hip hop recording artist Drake. This is his reissued project from his third mixtape that was released earlier on February 13, This EP features five tracks from the mixtape, with the inclusions of two new songs. So Far Gone was the reissued project from Drake's third mixtape that was released earlier, on February 13, , and as a result of the mixtape's success, he created an EP that was re-released later, on September 15, The final track listing, however, cuts the seventeen-track mixtape to contain seven tracks for this reissued EP. Drake described the song in an interview with MTV as "eerie", and mentioned that "the last line of the third verse is gonna be the first line on my album [Thank Me Later]".
【 So Far Gone 】
The mixtape proved to be a major catalyst in the launching of Drake's career on an international scale, and was universally well received by professional critics and hip-hop fans alike. The mixtape helped launch the careers of producers 40 and Boi-1da , whose contributions to the musical direction of the mixtape were applauded by critics. On February 15, , the mixtape was released on commercial streaming services for the first time, commemorating its tenth anniversary. In an interview with Complex , Drake explains: "The whole tape extends from one of my closest friends Oliver. One night we were having a discussion about women and the way we were talking about them, it was so brazen and so disrespectful. He texted me right after we got off the phone and he was like, 'Are we becoming the men that our mothers divorced? It's just this kid in pursuit of love and money. We're good guys, I'm friends with some real good people and for him to even text me after we got off the phone it just showed we have a conscience. But sometimes you just get so far gone, you get wrapped up in this shit.
Before the cut-off Grammy speech , before the Pusha T beef , before breaking the record for most weeks at No. This was truly the project that saw singing and rapping become inextricably interwoven, throughout instrumentation that had never been heard of or even attempted before in mainstream rap. The combination helped birth a new subgenre of hip-hop that peeled back the bravado, took out the snappy drums and inspired the new generation to feel first and flex second.
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