On Passionfruit, the third song on More Life, the Detroit legend tells a crowd, "Hold on, hold on, fuck that". But when that song, called "Get It Together" played during the More Life drop, Lopez's vocals were replaced by those of little known United Kingdom singer Jorja Smith.
After months of delays, Drake has finally released his long-awaited project, More Life.
The same bee motif is seen on Instagram post promoting his OVO Sound radio episode where the new music is scheduled to premiere. Pictured: Drake on September 23, 2016 in Las Vegas.
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The Canadian rapper is still young at the age of 30 and has women all over the world going insane for him, but the only one he wants right now is a mother of two who has a new man in her life. Instead, Drake is calling it a playlist. If the rapper's next album is anything like his playlist, he may finally have another "Take Care" under his belt. Tracks frequently flow one into the next, and across 80 minutes, "More Life" smoothly ebbs and flows from thumping trap to a laid-back variation of Drake's signature dancehall style (best expressed on the sequential "Get It Together and "Madiba Riddim")". Well, the guy who launched countless "Hotline Bling" memes isn't about to let Future have all the fun: There's a flute outro on "Skepta Interlude", while "Portland" - a collaboration with Travis Scott and Migos' Quavo - prominently features what sounds like a recorder. And West Midlander Jorja Smith appears on two tracks - she earned Drake's attention with last year's "Blue Lights" and supported him at his recent Birmingham show, after which Drake made headlines by visiting her in her hometown of Walsall and unexpectedly popping up in the local Co-Op late at night, to buy some candies. "Teenage Fever" 15. "KMT" (featuring Giggs) 16. The playlist's 10th track gives United Kingdom rapper Skepta the stage as he raps over a Nana Rogues beat.
Online reaction to the playlist has been generally enthused with many pointing to the noticeable inclusion of British rap artists alongside familiar U.S. collaborators such as Kanye West.
More Life will be Drake's seventh consecutive No. 1. Pictured: Skepta on February 22, 2017 in London. This is a fair playlist alright; fit for background music at 2:30 a.m. on a Saturday, when a house party's still going strong, but you can feel the afterglow approaching. That's a reference to the Views song "Grammys", where he first boasted that he was "top five, no debating". While the rapper is featured on the chorus, it's the Nineteen85-produced beat that steals the show. Plus, an always-timely reminder of just how good "If you had my love" is.