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Drake Wins Hip-Hop Song of the Year in 2014 The Boombox Fan Choice Awards

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Drake‘s ‘Started From the Bottom’ has moved the rapper straight to the top. The OVO leader has won a 2014 The Boombox Fan Choice Awards for Hip-Hop Song of the Year.

Produced by Mike Zombie, the song became the Toronto superstar’s anthem for 2013. The tune, which sold 2 million copies in the U.S., helped Drake garner two rap nominations at the 2014 Grammy Awards.

Drake’s ‘Started From the Bottom,’ which rests on his third album, ‘Nothing Was the Same,’ led the awards categories with 34 percent of the votes to win. The track blew past bangers from fellow rappers YG (‘My N—-’), Kanye West (‘Bound 2’), Rich Homie Quan (‘Type of Way’), Rocko (‘U.O.E.N.O.’), Jay Z (‘Holy Grail’), J. Cole (‘Power Trip’), Ace Hood (‘Bugatti’), Chance the Rapper (‘Acid Rain’) and French Montana (‘Ain’t Worried About Nothin’).

There it is! Drizzy started from the bottom and now he’s at the top.

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