"5 A.M. In Toronto" —Drake
On 2010’s “9 A.M. in Dallas,” Drake was apprehensive about his debut album not living up to expectations. On this sequel, he sounds Jay-Z-esque, boasting about setting Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop chart and Rap chart records in only—gasp!—two years.
A Hot Line: “I could load every gun with bullets that fire backwards/You probably wouldn't lose a single rapper/Niggas make threats, can't hear 'em over the laughter/Yeah, that's cause I'm headed to the bank, nigga”