Drake Debuts New Song, ‘Dreams Money Can Buy’
The Canadian MC was careful to point out that his dubby, Jai Paul-sampling song is not his single, just something he "felt the need to share," accompanying the message with an image reading, "This is a story of dreams mixed with reality."
"A song that I felt the need to share. Not my single. Just a piece of my story. Hear me out though," Drake wrote, with a link to download the melodic, dark-tinged Noah "40" Shebib production.
Over U.K. singer Jai Paul's "Don't f--- with me, don't f--- with me" refrain, from his song 'BTSTU' Drake laments the state of his beloved hip-hop game, claiming that his favorite MC's have either died or fallen off.
"I feel like lately it went from top five to remaining five/ My favorite rappers either lost it or they ain't alive," Drizzy spits. "And they tryna bring us down, me, Weezy and Stunna/ We stayed up, Christmas lights in the middle of summer."
Quick to clarify that the line is not a Jay-Z diss, Drake tweeted, "Hov diss? Hov of all people has not lost it...that's god body flow."
'Take Care,' Drake's follow-up to his platinum-selling debut, 'Thank Me Later,' is scheduled for a fall release.
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