Drake teams up with 2 Chainz and Big Sean on his new record, "All Me."
Drake rarely needs an assist from anyone (#Talent), but that doesn't mean he won't occasionally call on his bros4lyfe 2 Chainz and Big Sean for a little help on his latest jam, ironically titled "All Me." Add "All Me" to the four other tracks Drake recently released to honor his upcoming album, Nothing Was The Same, dropping Sept. 17, and it's almost like we've already heard half of the disc! Well, kinda: Some of the aforementioned songs won't even appear on the record... HINT: RELEASE MORE ALBUM-RELATED SONGS, DRAKE.
Listen to Drake's "All Me" featuring 2 Chainz and Big Sean after the jump.
Set to a dark and somber Key Wane-produced track, "All Me" features an intro by Aziz Ansari, who goes by "Randy," which eventually gives way to Drake's signature flow as he spits about the financial perks that come with fame (i.e. making so much dough you literally cannot count it). "Got everything, I got everything/ I can not complain/ I can not/ I don't even know how much I really made/ It's a lot."
Big Sean later pays homage to Jay Z, as he raps Jigga's iconic line: "I got 99 problems, but a b**** ain’t one," but not before Drake is back to rhyme about how he hooked up with his babysitter, to which we say, MY MAN!! #Props. Also, if that doesn't call for taking shots out of your newly unwrapped Grammy, then we have no idea what does.
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