The first, titled “Pop Style”, is a high-profile collaboration featuring The Throne, aka Kanye West and Jay Z. Against a sparse yet growling backdrop, Drake can be heard reflecting on heartlessness and distrust, while Yeezy makes references to The Life of Pablo as well as that infamous moment at the VMAs (“Jay about his business, and I’mma let you finish but…”)
The second cut, meanwhile, is dubbed “One Dance”. Here, Drizzy enlists the help of Nigerian artist Wizkid and samples Crazy Cousinz’s UK mix of Paleface and Kyla’s “Do You Mind” for a dancehall-inflected offering.
Both tracks follow Views From the 6 lead single “Summer Sixteen”. The new album serves as the follow-up to Drake’s two 2015 releases, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late and the Future-aided What A Time To Be Alive.