Drake dropped a new track! Drake dropped a new track! Sound the alarms. But I’m sure you’re hip to it and heard it already. In case you haven’t, the new track from Drizzy — resident rap slayer and venerable “6 God” — is entitled “Tell Your Friends,” and is actually a remix of The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind the Madness cut. Fitting, seeing as how both came up in Toronto and croon their little hearts out. (Also they’ve collaborated in the past, duh!) Anyways, check out Drake’s take on The Weeknd’s “Tell Your Friends” after the jump!
King Louie, or King L, is dropping off the visuals for “Pay Back,” a track that finds the Chicago rapping going over a classic James Brown sample. This is definitely worthy of a listen if you’re trying to get over that Hump Day. Check out Louie’s hard as f**k “Pay Back” after the jump.
So a lot has happened within the last 48 hours or so — let us catch you up to speed. What seemed like a normal installment of “OVO Sound Radio” on iTunes, Drake’s show on Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio station, soon turned into an all out assault on Meek Mill. During the program, Drake premiered three new tracks: “Charged Up”, “You Used To” (a remix of D.R.A.M.’s “Cha Cha”), and “Right Hand”. “Charged Up” is rumored to be a response to Mill who sent out some nasty tweets Drake’s way over the weekend — mostly targeting his lyrical content which he believes have been “ghostwritten”. The particular song in question, “R.I.C.O.” is on Mill’s newest album, Dreams Worth More Than Money. You can listen to both “Charged Up” and “Cha Cha” after the jump. Let us know what you think of the Drake/Meek Mill fiasco, as well.
Looking for a banger to start your week? Well, Atlanta’s Super Chef iLoveMakonnen has just what you need. Makonnen teams up with producer Richie Souf, who provides some trunk-knocking production. “Where Your Girl At?” is a loud one, so if you’re at work definitely turn this down. But if you’re cruising and need something to immediate drivers and pedestrians alike then bang this immediately. Check out Makonnen’s “Where Your Girl At?” after the jump.