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Video: Drake To Re-Release So Far Gone To Retail

via MTV Mixtape Daily:

While on the Toronto set for his forthcoming “Successful” video, he revealed to MTV News exclusively that he’ll be re-releasing So Far Gone to retail outlets on September 15.

According to Drake, the revamped project will feature most of the familiar tracks that have powered his rise, from the Trey Songz and Lil Wayne-backed “Successful” to his hit “Best I Ever Had.”

But there will be a new record, “Fear,” added to the track list. The never-before-heard song will be tacked on to the end of So Far Gone and will serve as the transition from his mixtape to Thank Me Later.

According to Drake, the last line of “Fear” will be the first line heard on his debut.

“I did this song that no one has ever heard before, ever,” he explained. “[It’s] a song called ‘Fear.’ I recorded it when I did So Far Gone — the first verse and half of the second verse I had gotten through. But then I just stopped because it was getting eerie. It was getting where I didn’t know if I could [finish it]. And then the other night I had a moment and I finished the song. That’s gonna be the last song on the retail [version of] So Far Gone. And the third verse transitions into Thank Me Later. So the last line of the third verse is gonna be the first line on my album.”

When Drake first created So Far Gone, he said knowing it was a mixtape as opposed to an album fostered a more relaxed creative environment. He said the project wasn’t intended for retail. Now, because of his success, it’s made it easier for him to rework the mixtape.

“I don’t ever look at it and say, ‘I wish that was an album,’ ” he said earlier this year of So Far Gone. “It was important that that was a mixtape, ’cause if it was an album, I don’t know if it would’ve had the same impact. You know, I think the fact that I gave that for free, it was kind of brazen, like, ‘What?’ Like, ‘What do you have in your collection, in your catalog, to be able to throw this out there?’ And just while we were creating it, it was all of us, you know — me, 40, Oliver and everyone else involved — it was us just having fun in a stress-free environment because we knew we were going to give it away.”

Although Drake has been sidelined as of late after he re-injured his knee while on Young Money Presents: The America’s Most Wanted Music Festival, he’s feeling upbeat these days. So Far Gone presented a dark and moody collection of tracks, but with the finish of “Fear,” Drake said he’s now cleansed himself of the emotion of that time period.

“In that [new] verse I describe exactly how I’m feeling,” he explained. “I’m happy today. … I just feel like [now] I’m breathing a little deeper. The day is moving calm. There’s no tension. I feel like I cleansed myself of a lot of emotion that has been building up inside of me. I got it all out.”


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55 Responses to “Video: Drake To Re-Release So Far Gone To Retail”

  1. the absence of heat Says:

    And I haven;’t heard anyone who comes close to filling the void.

    ^ so KISS is dog food?

  2. the absence of heat Says:

    who takes the time to transcribe all this nonesense

  3. Mr p Says:

    Free product now for sale?

  4. geico lizard Says:

    UPDATE: Cops tell TMZ alcohol was NOT a factor in the crash. We’re told cops interviewed Phelps after the accident and determined that a field sobriety test was not necessary.

    We’re told Michael refused medical treatment and left in a “personal vehicle.”

    Michael Phelps was just involved in a three-car accident in his hometown of Baltimore.

    Phelps reportedly emerged from the wreck unscathed, but a woman in the other car was shaken up and taken to a local hospital. We’re told she complained of “head and arm pain.”

    The accident occurred around 9pm local time.

    A police spokesman says the Olympic Gold Medal winner was driving a Cadillac Escalade, which collided with a Honda accord.

    We’re told by witnesses on the scene — the two cars collided after someone ran a stoplight — and then hit a third car that was not moving at the time.

    Police are investigating the cause of the crash.

    One of the local papers is reporting that a passenger in Phelps’ car was also injured, but it’s unclear as to the extent of that person’s injuries.

  5. rard Says:

    WHO CARES!

  6. G7 Says:

    nr lite worthy

  7. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Then why hasn’t he done “it” in dumb long?

    **I have no idea…like i said, he did more from 87-91 than most niggas do in decades long careers…the catalog of singles from that period is undeniable…SMH @ shitting on Ra, but bigging up Stack Bundles…GTFOH…

  8. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    And I haven;’t heard anyone who comes close to filling the void.

    ^ so KISS is dog food?
    =============================
    He’s in the Fabolous boat. I doubt he’ll ever live up to his potential.

    He has a better chance of making a classic with Sheek & Styles then by himself.

    That new Ruff Ryders album could start some shit. Especailly if Cassidy is in pocket

  9. Bill Clitman Says:

    Mr p Says:

    August 14th, 2009 at 9:46 am
    Free product now for sale?

    ^
    Joe Budden did the samething

  10. the absence of heat Says:

    nr lite worthy

    ^ im saying.

  11. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    Drake To Re-Release So Far Gone To Retail
    ====================================
    He’s mad late. I expected this move months ago.

  12. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    SMH @ shitting on Ra, but bigging up Stack Bundles…GTFOH…
    ============================================
    Stack is more relevant dead then Rakim is alive.

    Real talk.

  13. G7 Says:

    herbal kint Says:

    August 13th, 2009 at 9:15 pm
    so what did Drake have for breakfast? I mean thats where we are eventually going with all these Drake posts

    ^lmao

  14. Mr p Says:

    Bill Clitman Says:
    Joe Budden did the samething
    ^
    Thats true. I forhot all about that. lol but won’t this affect his album sales. Its too much too soon

  15. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    August 14th, 2009 at 9:50 am
    SMH @ shitting on Ra, but bigging up Stack Bundles…GTFOH…
    ============================================
    Stack is more relevant dead then Rakim is alive.

    Real talk.

    ***not true, at all…actually, a profoundly stupid comment, not based in actuality or sanity in any discernable manner…

  16. Big Homie Says:

    Not hating but what is the point of re-releasing this?

  17. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    But there will be a new record, “Fear,” added to the track list. The never-before-heard song will be tacked on to the end of So Far Gone and will serve as the transition from his mixtape to Thank Me Later.

    According to Drake, the last line of “Fear” will be the first line heard on his debut.

    “I did this song that no one has ever heard before, ever,” he explained. “[It’s] a song called ‘Fear.’ I recorded it when I did So Far Gone — the first verse and half of the second verse I had gotten through. But then I just stopped because it was getting eerie. It was getting where I didn’t know if I could [finish it]. And then the other night I had a moment and I finished the song. That’s gonna be the last song on the retail [version of] So Far Gone. And the third verse transitions into Thank Me Later. So the last line of the third verse is gonna be the first line on my album.”
    ========================================================
    Sounds clever. I’ll bite (nh).

    Hate Me Now…

  18. Call Me Gordito, I get DORITOS Says:

    omg, the Drake failure continues.

  19. MR. trapstar trap bars all trap everything Says:

    why am i not surprised. the streets of canada are festively and feverishly ghey about this dudes prospect yo.

  20. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    ***not true, at all…actually, a profoundly stupid comment, not based in actuality or sanity in any discernable manner…
    ==============================================
    Absolutely true. I bet money if a posthumous Stack album & a new Ra album were released today, Stack would do better numbers.

    Kids don’t give a fuck about Rakim.

  21. spotrusherz Says:

    And I haven;’t heard anyone who comes close to filling the void.
    ^^

    there will never be a nas, jay, rakim, biggie again. thanks to the internet, there are so many artists to listen to and the chance that everyone will agree on one of these hundreds of talented cats is getting smaller and smaller.

  22. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    1 Follow The Leader (5:35)
    2 Lyrics Of Fury (4:13)
    3 Microphone Fiend (5:15)
    4 Let The Rhythm Hit ‘Em (5:25)
    5 In The Ghetto (5:27)
    6 The Punisher (4:08)
    7 Know The Ledge (4:00)
    8 I Know You Got Soul (4:47)
    9 Eric B Is The President (6:20)
    10 I Ain’t No Joke (3:55)
    11 Paid In Full (3:49)

  23. MR. trapstar trap bars all trap everything Says:

    Stack is more relevant dead then Rakim is alive.

    ^^^

    oh shit.

  24. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    Not hating but what is the point of re-releasing this?
    =======================================
    To squeeze every dollar out of the Drake hype before he has to show he’s got another “Best I Ever Had” or “Successful” in the tank.

  25. spotrusherz Says:

    Kids don’t give a fuck about Rakim.

    ^^

    relevance is not equal to what little hood dwarves give a fuck about.

  26. Bill Clitman Says:

    *starts next comment with the last line from my last comment*

  27. Latarian Milton Says:

    OFFSETS SHAWTY POCKETS ON BUNDT CAKE (c) dro

  28. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    August 14th, 2009 at 9:52 am
    ***not true, at all…actually, a profoundly stupid comment, not based in actuality or sanity in any discernable manner…
    ==============================================
    Absolutely true. I bet money if a posthumous Stack album & a new Ra album were released today, Stack would do better numbers.

    Kids don’t give a fuck about Rakim.

    ***Who gives a fuck about kids? Them m’fukkas are bumping “You’re a Jerk”, LMAO…They wouldn’t care about G Rap, ATCQ, or anybody else that matters, either…when you start catering to the 106 and Park crowd, you lose, unless you’re a young crossover pop artist…that nigga Ra is like 40, easy….

  29. Latarian Milton Says:

    Kids don’t give a fuck about Rakim.

    ^

    then fuck kids

    holy are you > __________

  30. A tribe called quest aka No Draws unda Im Big Brotha Thunda Says:

    *deletes SFG off itunes*

    *Buys SFG instead*

    *is canadian*

  31. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    Rakim has a classic catalog but what has he done lately that merits all this praise?

    Rap ain’t Rock & Roll. You can’t live off the past. What are you doing right now?

    Ra was barely relevant when he was on Aftermath.

  32. spotrusherz Says:

    1 Follow The Leader (5:35)
    2 Lyrics Of Fury (4:13)
    3 Microphone Fiend (5:15)
    4 Let The Rhythm Hit ‘Em (5:25)
    5 In The Ghetto (5:27)
    6 The Punisher (4:08)
    7 Know The Ledge (4:00)
    8 I Know You Got Soul (4:47)
    9 Eric B Is The President (6:20)
    10 I Ain’t No Joke (3:55)
    11 Paid In Full (3:49)

    ^^

    i gotta say, it’s really hard to match the classic status of this tracklist.

  33. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    *starts next comment with the last line from my last comment*
    ================================================
    Genius.

  34. MR. trapstar trap bars all trap everything Says:

    then fuck kids

    ^^^

    wooow!

    *roffles*

  35. sleep AKA I'M 2 COOL 4 U DUDES 2 RIDICULE Says:

    kids dont give a fuck about school so it mean nothing. p.s i dont give a fuck bout rakim

    jay-z>>>nas>>>>>>rakim

  36. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    Ra has had so many false starts, i don’t give a shit anymore.

    Why aren’t y’all defending The 18th Letter or The Master?

    Because you can’t. They are trash.

  37. A tribe called quest aka No Draws unda Im Big Brotha Thunda Says:

    “Kick a hole in the amp and then jet” (c) Rakim

  38. G7 Says:

    MR. trapstar trap bars all trap everything Says:

    August 14th, 2009 at 9:52 am
    why am i not surprised. the streets of canada are festively and feverishly ghey about this dudes prospect yo.

    ====
    that makes no sense when the U.S. media is riding his dick way more than Canada. (n) I’m pretty sure MTV Mixtape Daily is U.S. media, correct me if i’m wrong.

  39. KzA Says:

    omg, the Drake failure continues.

    ^

    This is definately not a failure…even after the hundreds of thousands of downloads, gaurantee he makes nice coin off this. Like someone else said, Im suprised he didnt do this months ago..I mean, Best I Ever Had and Successful (probably more, I dont know) have been on ITunes for a while now havent they?

  40. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    then fuck kids
    ===========
    Spoken like an old head.

    Salute this grey haired fucker.

  41. MR. trapstar trap bars all trap everything Says:

    last show i went to that the 18th letter rocked was wyle tepid @ best. he had a bunch of white college kids screamin G.O.D.! but when he did know the ledge the same kids were hand waving like it was the freestyle scene in 8 mile while my dudes and i were bouncing off the walls.

  42. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    August 14th, 2009 at 9:55 am
    Rakim has a classic catalog but what has he done lately that merits all this praise?

    Rap ain’t Rock & Roll. You can’t live off the past. What are you doing right now?

    Ra was barely relevant when he was on Aftermath.

    ***You can’t be serious…classic songs are classic songs…you can’t live off the past? From what I can gather, that’s exactly what Ra has been doing, for a minute now…I’ll bet you the Sugarhill gang will break out their tight ass shirts (none) in a minute, to do a show…Rap is evolving, word to the VHI honors- it’s not only about what’s hot in the streets, now…there are generations of niggas who grew up on hip hop, and will cop some nostalgic shit in a heartbeat…while you’re bullshitting, new artists aren’t really selling, either, but at least catalog artists used to, which gives them an advantage…

  43. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    August 14th, 2009 at 9:55 am
    Rakim has a classic catalog but what has he done lately that merits all this praise?

    Rap ain’t Rock & Roll. You can’t live off the past. What are you doing right now?

    Ra was barely relevant when he was on Aftermath.

    ***You can’t be serious…classic songs are classic songs…you can’t live off the past? From what I can gather, that’s exactly what Ra has been doing, for a minute now…I’ll bet you the Sugarhill gang will break out their tight ass shirts (none) in a minute, to do a show…Rap is evolving, word to the VHI honors- it’s not only about what’s hot in the streets, now…there are generations of niggas who grew up on hip hop, and will cop some nostalgic shit in a heartbeat…while you’re bullshitting, new artists aren’t really selling, either, but at least catalog artists used to, which gives them an advantage…

  44. Joey Profit$ Says:

    Where’s the respect Rakim was ahead of his time I will agree he’s not that relevent today but overall Rakim has been an Ill MC. Ya show some respect or I will be forced to twitter an invite to square dance – lol.

  45. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as is Puss Says:

    August 14th, 2009 at 9:58 am
    Ra has had so many false starts, i don’t give a shit anymore.

    Why aren’t y’all defending The 18th Letter or The Master?

    Because you can’t. They are trash.

    **Because that wasn’t the argument…I said he did more between 87 and 92 than most rappers do in a decades-long career…say I’m lyin?

  46. A tribe called quest aka No Draws unda Im Big Brotha Thunda Says:

    Rakim trying to come back was a massive failure.

    Quick, spit ONE WORD from his verse on Truth hurts joint

  47. MR. trapstar trap bars all trap everything Says:

    that makes no sense when the U.S. media is riding his dick way more than Canada.

    ^^^

    who said anything about the media? just yesterday i was in the barber shop and this dude was sellin mixtapes. he pulls out SFG and is lauding drake. this 25-28 year old barber looks at it and says…..

    who’s drake?

    i doubt that convo happens in canada.

  48. Bill Clitman Says:

    Started this comment with the last line from my last comment….yall know them kids are going to buy this just for one song right…smh…I guess if you’re a true stan you’d do things like that to support your fav. artist

  49. Troyvul Says:

    i doubt that convo happens in canada.
    ^
    Oddly you say that, I was in my barber shop yesterday and we were talkin about drake. NO HATE WHAT-SO EVER, we all knew he was ill from years ago when he dropped City is mine which was blazing up the (Toronto) radio 3 yrs ago. He’s the hometown hope, why would there be hate?

  50. Sir Fakely Deep Says:

    …I’m tryin’a think how many of my favorite rappers had bar mitzvahs in canada… hmmm

    ..I’ll get back to you on that one

  51. Bruh Mane from the FIF FLOOR Says:

    Wale received more crowd participation at sneaker pimps than Scarface in Texas….what’s wrong wit this generation

  52. Themarv Says:

    Why does Drake continue to listen to bum ass niggas. His musical team is strong but his business people must be missing some brain cells. They gonna give this nigga a short run career.

  53. Xenophon Says:

    You young folk tend to have short attention spans….back in the day, a whole 7 years ago, people used to be able to stretch good music between albums….not have to put out new material twice a day (no Charles Hamilton)….as big as Drake’s buzz is, there’s still a helluva lot of people who don’t know who he is, or haven’t heard So Far Gone…..he’s taking this time to make sure people do know more of his pedigree, not just look at Best I Ever Had and start hating….this is not a bad move at all…..

    ….now, as for a lot of his other non-music decisions, he shoulda rethought a lot of them shits….

  54. Nunya Says:

    Big Homie Says:

    August 14th, 2009 at 9:51 am
    Not hating but what is the point of re-releasing this?

    ^

    ever heard of .. money? profit maybe?
    damn you’re dumb

  55. Tha Spray Can Man aka Brooklyn's Wally Champ Says:

    Yo.
    No Rakim = no Nas , and no Wu

    Ra changed Hiphop more then your favorite artist

    even if little niggas don’t know his shit

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