Whether he's getting his fighting Diddy outside of a club or murdering Meek Mill on wax, we here at THG like to celebrate Drake year-round.
If you're a Seinfeld fan, you might say we love the Drake. If you have no idea what that means, then let's just say we enjoy everything Aubrey Drake Graham has done from his time on Degrassi up through his mixtape with Future.
We're even fans of the infamous video of a young Drake hassling his mom over a tuna fish sandwich.
So in honor of the 6 God and his loyal woes, please enjoy this tribute to the man they call Drizzy:
The Drake Stare
Drake stares down his audience in this concert photo. He gets a big following wherever he goes.
The Six God knows how to enjoy himself - especially when he's courtside with his woes.
Madonna kissed Drake during her performance at Coachella. Clearly, the rapper did not appreciate the show of affection.
This pic is from before Drizzy started beefing with Nicki's dude, Meek Mill. These days, you might say nothing is the same.
The video for Drake's "Started From the Bottom." An instant classic, and one of the biggest hits of his career.
Drake as Bieber
This is amazing. It's a GIF of Drake making like Justin Bieber from the music video for "Energy."
Drake as Oprah
Not even Oprah is off limits for Drake. He impersonates the talk show queen in the "Energy" music video.
Drake as Obama
Drake does all kinds of celebrity impressions for the music video for "Energy." Including, yes, President Obama.
We couldn't tease you with those GIFS and hit you with the whole clip. Check out Drizzy's bonkers video for "Energy."
Weezy and Drizzy toured together last year. A cloud of marijuana smoke still hangs over much of the US.
Speaking of - here's Drake burning one with Wiz Khalifa.
Drake is denied entry to the Miami Heat locker room as the team celebrates. Pretty funny.
Also not his proudest moment...but prett damn hilarious.
Drake looks back. The man has a lot to reflect on.
The man has a strange definition of "the bottom"...still a dope track though.
Not his proudest moment.
No Drake retrospective would be complete without his most heavily-memed video to date.