A Look At Drake's 'Nothing Was The Same' Five Years Later

An interactive experience around the album that turned Drake's moment in rap into a regime.

2013 was a saturated year for hip-hop. Kanye West’s Yeezus pushed the boundaries of rap, Pusha T cemented his status as a solo artist with My Name Is My Name, and JAY-Z showed us what mature rap looks like with Magna Carta Holy Grail. But Drake's album, Nothing Was The Same pushed Toronto sound to the mainstream and turned his moment in rap into a regime.

With seven chart-topping singles—"Started from the Bottom," "Hold On, We're Going Home," "All Me," "Pound Cake," "The Language," "Too Much," and "Worst Behavior"—the album's commercial success solidified him as a hitmaker.

Take a look at the moment where Drake ascended to his status as rap's next icon at

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