Drake has a jam-packed schedule taking his Club Paradise Tour city to city, but the Toronto rap star still manages to find time to record, especially since he has a studio on his tour bus. Right after Club Paradise's last show in Boston, Massachusetts, Drizzy will begin recording new music, possibly for his next album.

"I'm really excited to start working on new music. I start like June 18," Drake told MTV News correspondent Sway Calloway when the two met backstage in Houston on May 17.

"I got a studio bus out here so me and 40 started working on a couple joints the other night. Just getting warmed up," he continued. "I did like the 'Amen' track for Meek [Mill] and I did 'No Lie' for 2Chainz."

Fans have already raved over Drizzy's performance on both "No Lie" and "Amen," which appears on the Philadelphia MC's recently released Dream Chasers 2 mixtape. Still, the Young Money star has a few more collaborations that fans will hear in the coming weeks, one of them being French Montana's "Pop That."

"I'm on French Montana's single; me, him, Ross and Wayne, which is a crazy lineup," Drake said. "And then on Justin Bieber's record. I wrote a song for him as well."

At the time of the interview, Drake wasn't sure of the name of the Bieber record or if the song would even be included on Justin's upcoming Believe LP. "Awkward Justin Bieber moment," Drizzy joked after pondering the very slim chance that he wouldn't make the final cut. "Yeah, we'll see. It's a good song though; produced by Hit-Boy."

Well, Drake doesn't have to worry. On Monday, the Biebs unveiled his Believe track list, and his fellow Canadian does appear on the song "Right Here." We have no reason to doubt Drake's word about "Right Here," but we'll all will just have to wait until June 19 when Believe is released to finally hear it.

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