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"Trophies" is a song by Canadian rapper Drake. The song was produced by Hit-Boy, 40 and Hagler. The song was originally meant for Drake's third studio album "Nothing Was the Same", however, it was cut off the final track listing. After Drake released the song for free in December 2013, it was later included on the Young Money Entertainment compilation "Young Money: Rise of an Empire". On February 27, 2014, it was released as the album's second official single and credited as Young Money featuring Drake. It peaked at number 50 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. The instrumental version of the song is the opening theme to The Stephen A. Smith Show radio and television program on ESPN. The trailer Drake released for his third studio album "Nothing Was the Same", featured a snippet of "Trophies" playing in the background, but the song did not make the final version of the album. After teasing its release over the following months, the song surfaced on the internet on December 30, 2013. Hit-Boy has said he was more than frustrated with the track's rollout. Then saying, "But it’s love. I got respect for Drake. He knows what’s best for him. He’s been dictating his career since Day One." As of May 18, 2014, the song has sold 406,272 copies in the United States according to Nielsen Soundscan. It has spent multiple weeks in the top ten of the US R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart.

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