Drake's 'So Far Gone' Is Now Available On All Streaming Services
The Toronto MC takes fans down memory lane in honor of its 10th anniversary.
Drake fans and the Toronto MC himself lamented on the question yesterday on the mixtape's 10th anniversary and arguably, the beginning of an era.
On Instagram, Champagne Papi posted the So Far Gone artwork (some may remember it from the days when we'd all scour DatPiff) with a heartfelt caption naming near close to everyone involved on the project, reflecting on where they were a decade ago in their careers. After ensuing tearjerk responses from a majority of followers, the MC announced the project will finally be available on streaming services in full on Friday, February 15 at the strike of midnight.
The news is huge considering the project was never officially released on streaming services in its entirety; a condesenced EP version of the mixtape was released in September 2009, shortly after he signed to Young Money / Cash Money Records. Until now, the EP has been the only stream available if you refused to download the mixtape on other services.
So Far Gone available tonight at midnight pic.twitter.com/lXcp6TcyAW
— OVO Sound (@OVOSound) February 14, 2019
Drake posted a video of the night he finished the mixtape in anticipation of the new release. A decade younger and smiling, a baby-faced Drake stands in a make-shift hotel room studio, toasting to the end of what would be a beginning of a generation of R&B rappers. "All I can say is, its a body of work to listen to and appreciate and get lost in," he says. "I just hope you enjoy it. That's all I can say."
Read more on the So Far Gone era and its anniversary here and listen to it on all streaming services now below: