Four studio albums, five official mixtapes, songs. Drake releases everything. But while not every song appears on an official album or mixtape, some of these orphan tracks have been top five hits. A few have even been nominated for Grammys. Together, they could make up an album on their own — one that would certainly reach No. Great minds think alike: On the eve of his big birthday, Drake appeared on OVO Sound Radio on Sunday night, dropping three new songs and a remix while announcing a new project set to drop in December. It may even give you more life — until More Life. In , Drake hopped on J.
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It was released to rhythmic and contemporary hit radio on July 10, , as the album's fifth single. The song inspired an Internet meme dance challenge known as the "Kiki Challenge", "In My Feelings Challenge" or "DoTheShiggy", the latter being a reference to the comedian Shiggy, who posted a video on his Instagram account of him dancing to the song; this video was credited for inspiring the challenge. The Fader deemed the bounce track as the highlight of the double album, with writer Ben Dandrige-Lemco saying, "it takes a whole 20 songs to get to the best part of the album, 'In My Feelings'". Billboard named "In My Feelings" the 42nd-best song of In the Billboard magazine issue dated July 14, , "In My Feelings" debuted at number six on the Billboard Hot , one of seven top 10 entries by Drake that week. The following week, partly due to the rising popularity of the dance challenge associated with the song,  it ascended to the top spot of the chart, becoming Drake's sixth number-one single on the chart.
The song is made for TikTok—not in the offhand sense that the dance Drake describes in its chorus lends itself to imitation, but that he worked on it with popular users of the platform. It was just an idea at the time. It was just the hook and a verse.