After several unauthorized songs leaked online last week, Drake officially dropped two new tracks from his upcoming album, Views from the 6. The first being “One Dance," featuring Wizkid and Kyla, and the other is “Pop Style,” featuring Kanye West and Jay Z.

The dancehall-themed “One Dance” could easily be the sequel to Rihanna’s “Work,” and samples the 2008 U.K. club jam, “Do You Mind.” On the dancefloor burner, Drizzy spits come-hither lines to a woman he wants to dance with in the club.

“That's why I need a one dance / Got a Hennessy in my hand / One more time before I go / Higher powers taking a hold on me,” he rap-sings.

On the gothic-sounding banger "Pop Style," Drake enlists Yeezy and Hov (aka "The Throne") as the rap trifecta deliver luxury rhymes about money and women.

"Dropped outta school now we dumb rich, dumb rich / This sound like some forty-three-oh-one s---, one s--- / All my n----s wanna do is pop style, pop style / Turn my birthday into a lifestyle, lifestyle," Drake raps on the chorus.

If you love "One Dance" and "Pop Style" both are available now to cop on iTunes. Drake's Views from the 6 will hit digital stores on April 8.

Drizzy Season has officially begun.

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