TIME Music

A History of Drake’s Best Musical Collaborations

From his many hits with Lil Wayne to his recent work with Nicki Minaj

Late Thursday night, Drake dropped a secret, surprise album on an Internet that was pretty unsuspecting despite several hints. It’s a collection of 17 tracks called If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late. The album includes appearances from acts like PARTYNEXTDOOR, Travi$ Scott and, of course, Drake’s frequent collaborator Lil Wayne.

Here, a look back at some of the other musicians Drake has collaborated with over the years.

TIME portfolio

The Best Pictures of the Week: Feb. 6 – Feb. 13

From the Ukrainian peace plan to Brazil’s worsening drought and the disarmament of South Sudan’s child soldiers to a sex-free Valentine’s Day in Bangkok, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

TIME Pop Culture

See the Best Impersonations of Presidents From Saturday Night Live

A look back at how some of the greatest comedians impersonated the Commanders-in-Chief on the iconic late night sketch comedy show

TIME Television

See the Best Impressions on Saturday Night Live

From Tina Fey as Sarah Palin to Dan Akroyd as Julia Child, take a look back at some of the most memorable caricatures on the sketch comedy show

TIME Television

See Which Celebrities Hosted Saturday Night Live the Most

From Alec Baldwin to Justin Timberlake, see which celebrities have had the honor to host the show

  • Elliott Gould

    Saturday Night Live
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    6 appearances as host

  • Justin Timberlake

    Saturday Night Live - Season 38
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    5 appearances as host

  • Ben Affleck

    Saturday Night Live
    Dana Edelson—NBC/Getty Images

    5 appearances as host

  • Candice Bergen

    Saturday Night Live
    Raymond Bonar—NBC/Getty Images

    5 appearances as host

  • Bill Murray

    Saturday Night Live - Season 5
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    5 appearances as host

TIME remembrance

Scenes from the Vigil for Chapel Hill’s Shooting Victims

A huge crowd gathered Wednesday night to mourn Muslim students Deah Barakat, 23; his wife Yusor Abu-Salha, 21; and her sister Razan Abu-Salha, 19, who were murdered near the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill on Tuesday.

TIME health

What Longevity Looked Like in the 1950s

These men were the role models for vintage vigor

The question of how to live a long life is not a new one — and, as TIME explores in the new issue, the answer is constantly evolving.

When the magazine took a look at longevity in 1958, the story (featuring coverboy Amos Alonzo Stagg, a 96-year-old football coach) investigated the latest medical news of the decade, the changing demographics of the nation and the wisdom those extraordinary people had to offer the rest of us young’uns. While the science wasn’t as clear as it is today, there was no shortage of role models. A four-page photo essay shot by Alfred Eisenstaedt featured some of the nation’s most notable elderly men; nine of them are featured here, with the original captions, including their ages at the time.

Read the full 1958 longevity issue here, in the TIME Vault: Growing Old Usefully

Read the new longevity issue here, on Time.com: The New Age of Much Older Age

TIME White House

See the Evolution of Michelle Obama in Magazine Covers

From fashion icon as a Vogue cover girl to power symbol on the cover of Ebony, the First Lady has graced the cover of more than 15 American magazines

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