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Drake’s musical career started in 2006, when he released the first mixtape Room for Improvement. Everybody could check Drake’s creativity on his official myspace page, and in a year he issued the second work titled Comeback Season.

Hosted by DJ Smallz Released February 14, 2006
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Room for Improvement
Mixtape by
ReleasedFebruary 14, 2006
  • Elsadig Residence
  • Positive Vibes
  • BCP
GenreHip hop
LabelAll Things Fresh
CompilerDJ Smallz
Drake chronology
Room for Improvement
Comeback Season

Room for Improvement is the first official mixtape from Canadian rapper Drake.[1] It was self-released in 2006.[2][3][4] The mixtape was originally intended for sale only and had sold 6,000 copies in 2006.[5]


In an interview with thabiz.com in February 2006, Drake talked about the mixtape, 'It's a mix CD and I did it with DJ Smallz who does the Southern Smoke Series. He's done mix tapes with everyone. Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy, a lot of people and he's hosting it for me. It's called Room for Improvement. It's seventeen original tracks and a couple of remixes and stuff like that. 22 tracks in total. I have the Clipse on there, I got Trey Songz in there, I got Lupe Fiasco on there, I have Nickelus F who is this amazing artist from Virginia who I'm very very tight with and we work together a lot, we worked together. I have Voyce on there, he's a singer from Toronto. Production wise I don't really have any major producers on there. I have a song I did with Trey Songz. I have an individual by the name of Nick Rashur from Harlem he's a really cool cat. Amir; Boi-1da did the majority of the singles, who else should I mention DJ Ra from DC, a lot of people on the CD.'

The mixtape was re-released in 2009 featuring only 11 selected songs with no DJs along with a remix of 'Do What You Do'.[6]

Track listing[edit]

Partial credits adapted from Drake's personal notebook.[7][8]

2.'Pianist Hands' (Interlude)Mazin Elsadig1:11
3.'Special' (featuring Voyce)Aubrey GrahamDJ Ra4:52
4.'Do What You Do'Boi-1da3:48
5.'Money' (Remix) (featuring Nickelus F)GrahamFrank Dukes2:25
6.'AM 2 PM' (featuring Nickelus F)3:28
7.'City Is Mine'Boi-1da3:53
8.'Drake's Voice Mail Box #1'1:12
9.'Bad Meaning Good' (featuring Slakah the Beatchild)
  • Graham
Slakah the Beatchild2:32
10.'Thrill Is Gone'GrahamAmir3:02
11.'Make Things Right' (featuring Slakah the Beatchild)Graham2:41
12.'Video Girl'GrahamDFS3:46
13.'Drake's Voice Mail Box #2'0:16
14.'Come Winter'Amir5:28
15.'Extra Special'2:58
16.'About the Game' (Freestyle)1:45
17.'All This Love' (featuring Voyce)Exchange Student3:20
18.'Drake's Voice Mail Box #3'1:12
19.'A Scorpio's Mind' (featuring Nickelus F)Amir3:52
20.'S.T.R.E.S.S.' (featuring Nickelus F)3:43
21.'Try Harder'Amir2:22
22.'Kick, Push' (Remix) (Lupe Fiasco featuring Drake)Soundtrakk4:44
23.'U.P.A.' (Outro)2:14
Total length:65:36


  • 'Pianist Hands' features vocals from Mazin's dad
  • 'Make Things Right' features vocals from Byram Joseph


Partial credits adapted from Drake's personal notebook.[7][8]


  • Al-Khaaliq – piano (track 2)


  1. ^Errett, Joshua (January 14, 2009). 'Mixtape massacre', Now28 (20). Retrieved October 7, 2009.
  2. ^Patch, Nick (December 10, 2009). 'Drake becomes one of Canada's biggest rap exports', Canadian Press. Convenience link.
  3. ^Lee, Chris (July 21, 2009). 'Drake lands top 10 hits', Toronto Star. Retrieved March 18, 2010.
  4. ^'Drake - Room for Improvement (Special Edition) Hosted by DJ Smallz // Free Mixtape at'. Datpiff.com. January 16, 2007. Retrieved May 8, 2010.
  5. ^'Re-Up On Drake: 'Comeback Season' & 'Room For Improvement' (2 Mixtapes) : Get Right Music – The Best In Free Mixtape Downloads'. Getrightmusic.com. May 5, 2009. Archived from the original on July 24, 2010. Retrieved May 8, 2010.
  6. ^'Urban Entertainment & Pop Culture 'Zine-Drake interview'. Thabiz.com. Retrieved May 8, 2010.
  7. ^ abGarcia Lawler, Opheli (June 24, 2018). 'You can now bid on Drake's handwritten lyrics'. The Fader. Retrieved June 24, 2018.
  8. ^ ab'Lot Detail - Drake's Personal, Signed Notebook for His First Mixtape, Room For Improvement ...'Nate D. Sanders. Retrieved June 24, 2018.
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