We’re quickly approaching two months since Drake’s Thank Me Later caused an epidemic of mass proportions. Being the new guy in rap, he was under a microscope. His talent would be judged in public forums, put on a pedestal, scrutinized for all he’s worth. Perhaps he would actually be good, or just good enough as his MTV documentary chronicled his life in the fast lane of concerts and promotions a week before his album’s release. That 14-track formal introduction is now certified platinum, proving he has what it takes to live up to his hype. Yet he’s still a topic of conversation between believers and non-believers. PAUL, one of the contributors to the Ledger raised a few good points in his dissection of Drake’s rise to fame. Click the link to download the .pdf.