After hearing his track, 'Started From the Bottom,' Drake is clearly proud of his accomplishments in hip-hop. On his latest song, 'All Me,' the Toronto rapper really speaks on the pride he has within himself.

The song starts off with a recording of comedian Aziz Ansari from the 2009 flick, 'Funny People,' which seems out of place. However, Ansari's lines, "I'm really stepping up my game / These bitches gotta start paying me for this / Can't get no more free Randy," show that the confidence theme fits right in.

Not only does Drake celebrate his achievements by rapping about how popular he -- no one can compare to him -- he also makes an effort to sing on the track. While he's not the smoothest crooner, we appreciate the effort.

2 Chainz and Big Sean both spit rhymes about their skills in between the sheets and how girls can't get enough of them. While 2 Chainz raps about how his "d--- so hard it make the metal detector go off," Sean is a bit sweeter by giving props to his girlfriend, Naya Rivera. "My new girl is on 'Glee' and s---, probably making more money than me and s--- /
I swear to God I got 99 Problems but a bitch ain't one," he delivers.

Listen to Drake's 'All Me' Feat. 2 Chainz & Big Sean

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