The NFL draft has many traditions. There are the players peacocking in ostentatious suits (I’m looking at you, Ezekiel Elliott). There are the pundits pontificating about an overhyped player who was drafted way too early. And then there’s the walk-up music.

As each player is selected, a short snippet of a song of his choice will play in Philadelphia, where the draft is being conducted. It’s the NFL’s equivalent of baseball’s walk-up music.

It’s always fascinating to see who chose what song. It gives you insight into that player’s personality and taste. Below is a full list for tonight’s expected top draft picks.

Jamal Adams—"Married To The Game" by Future

Jonathan Allen—"Tonight" by John Legend

Chidobe Awuzie—"1Er Gaou" by Magic System

Derek Barnett—"Off Da Top (3am)" by Yo Gotti

Garett Bolles—"All the Above" by Maino feat. T-Pain

Corey Davis—"High Demand" by Future

Leonard Fournette—"The Art of Hustle" by Yo Gotti

Adoree' Jackson—"Can't Have Everything" by Drake

Kevin King—"Crew" by Goldlink feat. Brent Faiyaz & Shy Grizzly

DeShone Kizer—"DNA" by Kendrick Lamar

Marshon Lattimore—"Juice" by Lil Cray & Sir Chubbie

Malik McDowell—"First Day Out" by Tee Grizzley

Takkarist McKinley—"Tell Me When To Go" by E-40

Ryan Ramczyk—"Jump Around" by House of Pain

Haason Reddick—"Sacrifices" by Drake

Cam Robinson—"U Ain't Never" by Kodak Black

John Ross—"Successful" by Trey Songz feat. Drake

Solomon Thomas—"Upgrade U" by Beyonce

Mitchell Trubisky—"Forever" by Drake

Deshaun Watson—"There He Go" by Kodak Black

Tre'Davious White—"They Ain't With Me" by YoungBoy Never Broke Again

No surprise that Drake was the most popular artist. Aubrey was selected four times. Perhaps slightly surprising: Kodak Black was chosen twice, as were Future and Yo Gotti. put together a Spotify playlist of the tracks, which you can stream below.

One small interesting note: this is the first time in the past four years that Kanye did not make an appearance (though he does have a verse on “Forever”). The draft gets underway Thursday night, kicking off at 8:15 p.m. on ESPN.