How ‘The Drake Song’ became the most-played Halloween song in the world
The song has been played at least 724 million times worldwide, according to Billboard.
It is the most popular song in recorded history, according a Guinness World Records data.
It was written by Drake and features the songwriter, producer and singer.
The song, titled “The Drake Story,” is set to appear on the cover of the November issue of Vogue.
The song was written and recorded by Drake, who has more than 50 million followers on Twitter.
It has since become the top Halloween song, topping the Billboard Hot 100 chart for three straight weeks.
“Drake’s The Drake Story” became the first-ever top Halloween album to sell over 100,000 copies, according the song’s official website.
It is a tribute to Drake’s life and passion for music, according To The News.
“The story behind this song is a tale of Drake being a huge fan of classic rock, including classics like ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ ‘Blackbird,’ ‘The Who’ and ‘The Beatles,'” it said.
“He also loves the band The Who.
Drake’s favorite Beatles song is ‘Can’t Buy Me Love.'”
Drake said he wrote the song to “celebrate his favorite song, ‘Can You Feel the Love Tonight,'” according to the song.
“It is about how hard it is to make music when your dad is on tour.
He loves the Beatles.
I had a dream that I was a Beatles fan.
I wanted to write a song that would be about my dad’s music.”
Drake, who is an American-born musician, also made the music video for his “The Motto” single, which became a hit on the Billboard Music Awards.
Drake has recorded more than 30 music videos.
“My favorite song is The Drake Song.
It’s just my favorite song,” Drake said in the video, according CNN.
“I love the Beatles, ‘The Rolling Stones,’ ‘Rolling Stones’ and all the other great rock bands.”
The “Dance Party” singer, who was recently awarded the 2014 BET Music Award, has made a name for himself in the past decade, particularly with the hit singles “Party” and “The Love Below.”
His recent single “The Life of Pablo” is due to hit the Billboard 200 on Monday.