Drake Talks 'Miss Me,' His Thank Me Later Collabo With Lil Wayne

Young Money MC also clarifies the status of the 'Afrika Bambaataa' track to Mixtape Daily.

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The plot thickens when it comes to the record "Afrika Bambaataa." Weeks ago, before he went to prison, Wayne revealed on his "Nino Brown: The Road To Rikers" DVD that he was shooting a video to a song called "Afrika Bambaataa" for Drake. Everyone speculated that the song in question would be part of Weezy's contribution to Drizzy's Thank Me Later album. On Monday in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, before the start of his Away From Home Tour, Drake told us "Afrika Bambaataa" isn't his record.

"That's actually a Lil Wayne song," he explained. "I don't know where that confusion came from. I was just on set that day when he was shooting that video. That's not even my song. I'm not even on it, to be honest with you. Me and Wayne have a song on my album — a song called 'Miss Me.'

"It's a pretty straightforward [song]," he continued. "It's a song about being away from what you love and hoping that when you're gone, doing you, somebody out there misses you. It goes for Wayne in his situation and it goes for me in my situation, 'cause I'm on the road for I don't how long right now."

Drake also revealed that he redid the chorus for Wayne's song "Single" off of the No Ceilings mixtape.

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