Drake showed a penchant for harmonizing on his projects prior to his breakthrough 2009 mixtape, So Far Gone. But it was on there that he jumped head-first into the idea of singing just as much as he rapped, with some tracks being a blend of those vocal styles. That trend carried into his guest appearances and even his proper debut, 2010's Thank Me Later. Therefore it comes as no surprise that he intended on crafting an entire mixtape, It's Never Enough, dedicated to R&B anthems. It's a combination of brand new tracks and covers from the Toronto rap/R&B sensation with frequent collaborator Noah "40" Shebib providing the silky smooth production.