This is the day of the expanding Drake. He’s no longer a mere rap king, but a global, sound-absorbing pop superstar. He’s an occasion for conversations about appropriation and the black diaspora. He’s an entry point for the unfamiliar into genres like Afrobeats and dancehall and grime and South African house.

But beneath these plush trappings, he’s still, in many ways, the same Toronto MC who is by turns paranoid about his standing and prone to long bouts of introspection. More Life, his latest release, closes with “Do Not Disturb,” a long verse of self-examination in the tradition of So Far Gone’s “Say What’s Real.” As his breakout single “Best I Ever Had” approaches its ten-year anniversary, the kid we know from the Degrassi days stays stubbornly in the picture.

It’s a rap pastime to sort an artist’s catalog with each new release. More Life, a playlist, is a month old now, so why not? Here’s the most updated evaluation of Drake’s releases, from worst to best.