Drake's biggest issue with his style is consistency. We've seen him wear brands like Hood By Air and En Noir, but he frequently slips up and makes us say, "oh, Aubrey." The rapper wearing the Dada sweatsuit for his "No New Friends" video set the Internet ablaze in a fury of rolling laughter, even though the '90s theme was on purpose. His latest magazine cover had him in a shiny grey shirt with the sleeves rolled up too high. Drake is one of the best rappers in the game right now, and he needs to be more discerning about what he wears.

Then, there are Canadian tuxedos, yellow tank-tops, and polo shirts worn with a fade that needs to be taken down a few blades. Drake has the potential to be the most revered artist, style wise, too. But he needs new friends to keep his style choices in check. It would pay dividends.