Charts analysis: How Drake took his Dark Lane Demo Tapes to No.1 on the albums chart

As one of the more prolific artists of his time, Aubrey Drake Graham practically oozes new music, so much so that some of it finds its way into the public domain by some unconventional means. Hence Dark Lane Demo Tapes, a commercial mixtape designed not so much as a proper album but more of a teaser release.

The 14-track collection features several cuts that have either premiered in the past on SoundCloud or leaked via other means. Meanwhile, its semi-official ...

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