Everything Has a Price.

Aside from bigging up fellow Torontonian The Weeknd, Aubrey had remained relatively quiet for a stretch before Khaled dropped “I’m On One” last week. And after carrying the track that features two of hip-hop’s most profitable artists, it looks as though Drizzy is attempting to begin the hype for Take Care, his much-anticipated sophomore effort slated for later this year. For the production here, 40 superbly flips UK beatmaker Jai Paul’s relic demo record “BTSTU” for a haunting chorus and employs crispy snare that induce gasfaces from the likes of 9th Wonder and Pete Rock. Clearly, Drake isn’t breaking a whole lot of new ground substance wise but shows no slowing down in his progression as a punchline artist.

The start of the second verse sounds like it could possibly be aimed at he OFWGKTA click. Lord knows the Wolf Gang has been vocal in their distaste for Canada’s finest export since Crown Royal. Pause. And with the recent shots fired between Odd Future and Drake’s new homies in the XO click, the timing of the drop seems right.

DOWNLOAD: Drake – “Dreams Money Can Buy”

Shouts: YMHQ


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