For some reason, people think Drake cries all the time. He’s heard this so often, he once asked his mom to help explain it. Now, there’s a whole video game and an entire mixtape all about Drizzy’s tears.
Tearz From The 6 is a parody project released today to go along with a mobile game called “Drizzy Tearz.” We’ll get to the game in a moment, but first we have to dive in to this elaborate fake Drake mixtape.
The Tristen Winger project is filled with music that kinda, sorta sounds like Drake's. There's a song, for example, that's like a "Know Yourself" knockoff called "Who Am I" and it's all about Drake not knowing who he is. It's all super emo and cheesy and I think that's the whole point.
You'll also find a few emotional phone messages and interludes on here. At one point, a somber Drake impersonator says, "When it rains, my heart pours." ? It's that kind of project.
Now, to the video game...
The game's premise is easy: Stop tears from falling off Drizzy's face. But that task turns out to be pretty difficult. I played it for a few sessions and was not very good at it, but I didn't shed any "tearz" as a result.
You can download the game for yourself here.