Well, it turns out there is, if you're willing to do an insane amount of work.I had the DJBooth squad listen to every Drake song we could find - we're talking every project from , plus guest verses, and we wrote down every time he mentioned a woman in the romantic/sexual sense. That was for video model Bria Myles, who Drake was once talking to.During the second verse of "From Time," Drake flips through his life by remembering the women he's been involved with.is a classic, JAY Z is past his prime and Drake raps about women, a lot. If there was only some way to turn that subjective feeling into cold, hard, mathematical fact. Or at least it certainly seems like Drake's favorite topic is the fairer sex.From start to finish, we're looking at: As we've already established, Drake raps alot about women he wishes were his girlfriend, and a lot about women who used to be his girlfriend, but you'd be hard pressed to find many specific mentions of women he's currently dating (it's unclear how much of a girlfriend the ex-stripper/maid who lives at the house is, I'm going to go ahead and say not much.) But if you really dig into the lyrics, there are a more than a few specific women he's had relations with that you can pick out.
In 2014 she calmly and classily accused designer Michael Costello of steeling another designer dress and of being racist. Her last relationship was when Bria started dating with Laz Alonso. Their relation lasted for a year after they started dating in 2008. Bria made her big duet in Kanye West / Rhymefest video “Brand New” in 2005.Before fame, she was a back-up dancer for the Ying Yang twins and R. This sexy model has been in many relationships in past but is not married, neither does she have any children.Spoiler alert, that turned out to be a lot of times.For the record, that means we only counted when Drake mentioned woman, as in "that specific woman right there," not just women in general, as in "Girl, move that thang like you gettin money for college." We also disqualified all the women he mentioned in an obviously plutonic sense.