Drake Drops New Music Featuring Kanye West and Jay Z

Drake Drops New Music Featuring Kanye West and Jay Z

Drake is getting fans excited for the release of his upcoming album!


The rapper not only dropped one, but two tracks from Views From the 6, which is expected to be released later this month, showing off the diversity that the album as well as the many big names that will be featured.

In fact, the first track, titled “Pop Style,” features Kanye West and Jay Z. The low beat with heavy bass hears Drake rapping about distrust and heartlessness, while The Throne (Kanye and Jay) spit lines about their critics. At one point ‘Ye even drops a reference to his infamous VMA moment, rapping, “Jay about his business, and I’mma let you finish but…”

The second song, “One Dance,” is more of a dance tune with a beat that’s reminiscent us of “Hotline Bling” and features Nigerian artist Wizkid and Filipino R&B singer Kyla.

Both songs follow the album’s first single, “Summer Sixteen,” which Drake dropped in January, and interestingly enough, included lines about both Kanye and Jay.

“I used to want to be on Roc-A-Fella, then I turned into Jay. Now I got a house in L.A., now I got a bigger pool than ‘Ye,” he raps in the song, adding, “”Ye’s pool is nice, mine’s just bigger is what I’m sayin’.”

While some speculated on beef between the trio, obviously their latest collaboration proves it’s all for the making of good music.

You can listen to both tracks on Apple music, here and here.

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