By Brittany Christopoulos
If there’s one artist who has the ability to bring different kinds of people together through his music, and who quite frankly, has helped change pop culture, it’s Drake. His lyrics are simultaneously hilarious, relatable, sweet, and hard. And, despite his songs about beefs and romance, he always makes sure that his friends and fans know his loyalty. So naturally, he has some great lyrics about friendships.
His friendship lyrics make for good Instagram captions for friends. Don’t believe me?
Here are 14 Drake lyrics you can use any time you want to showcase your squad goals on Instagram.
1. “I can’t really see another squad tryna cross us.” — from “No Tellin’”
When you look good, feel empowered, and stand in unison with friends in a killer selfie, this caption will match your confident vibe.
2. “Nobody really like us except for us.” — from “6 God”
Theoretically, you could use this for pictures with your family or even with your significant other. But, it works for your group of besties, too.
3. “Started from the bottom, now we’re here.” — from “Started From The Bottom”
Whether you’re doing a throwback picture or an evolution type of picture (like a #TransformationTuesday type of deal), this is obviously a good choice.
4. “I live for the nights I can’t remember with the people I won’t forget.” — from “Show Me a Good Time”
If you have a memorable night that will forever go down in the history books, you know the exact caption to use. This one.
5. “No new friends.” — from “No New Friends” by DJ Khaled featuring Drake, Rick Ross and Lil Wayne
If you have a specific person or group you always post pictures with, I highly recommend this lyric, simply because you literally don’t need any new friends.
6. “You’re my right hand.” — from “Right Hand”
If you have that one special bestie you couldn’t live without, who is literally your right-hand (wo)man, this is your go-to caption.
7. “Oh, we’re talking teams?” — from “Big Rings”
The Internet will know this reference, especially if there are seven of you in the photo.
8. “All my b*****s love me.” — from “No New Friends”
You could look cute, or you could look hard, but as long as you’ve got your squad, it doesn’t matter, because they love you.
9. “My team good, we don’t really need a mascot.” — from “The Motto”
Like I mentioned earlier, if you don’t need anyone else in your girl gang, this caption will let the world know.
10. “What a time to be alive.” — from “Big Rings”
If your picture is full of excitement or happiness, this is the best kind of caption to use! Plus, most people wouldn’t even make the Drake connection, which makes it even cooler.
11. “I still ride with my day one.” — from “No New Friends”
If you haven’t gotten the picture, “No New Friends” is basically your squad’s anthem.
12. “Let’s celebrate with a toast and get lost in tonight.” — from “Light Up”
If you and your friends don’t take a pre-club pic, did you even pregame, and are you even friends?
13. “Imagine if I never met the broskies?” — from “God’s Plan”
What would you be if you had never met any of your friends?
14. “Sweatpants, hair tied, chillin’ with no make-up on.” — from “Best I Ever Had”
For the low-key and laid-back picture of you guys just hanging out and enjoying yourselves doing nothing!
Drake’s songs are this generation’s bangers, and for many people, they actually mean something. So, celebrate a sassy selfie or showcase your girl gang in the best way possible with one of his fire-like lyrics.
Plus, it’ll be funny to see whether people start using Drake’s lyrics as their captions or whether they even know what you’re referring to. Your Drake captions could be an inside joke for your squad to laugh at when you’re creeping on your “likes” count.
Brittany Christopoulos went to Seneca College for broadcast journalism, where she mastered the art of television and radio announcing. Aside from balancing a busy schedule she loves to volunteer, attend every boyband concert imaginable, and of course, write. Follow her on Instagram and on Twitter.
This article was originally published at Unwritten. Reprinted with permission from the author.