Hitmaker Metro Boomin is set to deliver his infectious sounds on his very own project. Although it’s being reported as a new Drake song, “No Complaints” is actually a new track from the in-demand producer from his upcoming album, Boominati.

The song officially had its premiere on OVO Sound Radio, which explains the confusion. No big deal. Metro’s “No Complaints” features Drake and Migos' Offset spitting celebratory rhymes over a concrete-breaking beat and eerie keyboards.

Offset kicks off with his verse as he raps about having money, cars and women. “I wanna be like Muhammad Ali / Hang on the ropes and I’ll beat you to sleep / Taught to get money ’cause talk is too cheap / Quarter million when you open my brief.”

Meanwhile, Drake raps about his successes and his many excesses. "At 17 I wanted everything that was in store / At 23 I bought it all just to make sure, yeah, yeah / F--- a delay, yeah / They gotta pay, yeah, like its back in the day."

Then Drizzy spits, Look at my face / Up there with the greats / Steps that I take / You can't retrace / Metro on bass / Me, I'm just based."

You can cop Metro Boomin's "No Complaints" on iTunes. In addition, Drake's just released single, "Signs," is also available for streaming.

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