Comeback Season (mixtape)

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Comeback Season
Drake Comeback Season.jpg
Mixtape by Drake
Released October 24, 2007
Genre Hip hop
Length 74:10
Label October's Very Own
Producer
Drake chronology
Room for Improvement
(2006)
Comeback Season
(2007)
So Far Gone
(2009)
Singles from Comeback Season

Comeback Season is the second official mixtape from Canadian rapper Drake.

Background[edit]

In 2007, Comeback Season spawned a single and a music video for "Replacement Girl", featuring Trey Songz, that was executive produced by Terral "T.Slack" of BPE. Also in 2007, Graham became the first unsigned Canadian rapper to have his music video featured on BET when his first single, "Replacement Girl", was featured as the "New Joint of the Day" on April 30, 2007.[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s)[2] Length
1. "Intro"     0:30
2. "The Presentation"   Rich Kidd 3:33
3. "Comeback Season"     2:46
4. "Closer" (featuring Andreena Mill)   5:11
5. "Replacement Girl" (featuring Trey Songz)
3:42
6. "Barry Bonds" (Freestyle)   3:22
7. "Going in for Life"     2:29
8. "Where to Now"     1:54
9. "Share"   Häzel 1:46
10. "Give Ya" (featuring Trey Songz) Terral "T. Slack" 3:24
11. "Don't U Have a Man" (featuring Dwele and Little Brother) Boi-1da 3:56
12. "Bitch Is Crazy"     2:45
13. "The Last Hope" (featuring Kardinal Offishall and Andreena Mill) Rich Kidd 3:10
14. "Must Hate Money" (featuring Rich Boy)
  • Neenyo
  • Jump
4:04
15. "Asthma Team"  
  • Sid Roams
  • DJ Revolution
1:59
16. "Do What U Do (Remix)" (featuring Malice and Nickelus F) Boi-1da 2:56
17. "Easy to Please" (featuring Richie Sosa) Rich Kidd 2:09
18. "Faded" (featuring Nickelus F) Rich Kidd 3:00
19. "Underdog" (featuring Trey Songz)   3:00
20. "Think Good Thoughts" (featuring Phonte and Elzhi) 9th Wonder 4:52
21. "Teach U a Lesson" (Freestyle)   1:56
22. "Missin' You" (Freestyle)   2:03
23. "Man of the Year" (Freestyle) (featuring Lil Wayne)   2:51

Sample credits[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Drake – Artist Biography, Music Videos, News, Photos". MTV Base. 
  2. ^ "Drake – Comeback Season (Mixtape)". 2DopeBoyz. May 1, 2008. Retrieved 2008-05-01.