Booth readers, meet the soundtrack to the rest of your summer. A month and change after unleashing The Motion, Drizzy returns to tear up the airwaves anew with All Me, single numéro trois off his highly-anticipated junior set. Here, KeY Wane‘s slow-burning synth-sample grooves back the T-Dot phenom as he pays tribute to the individual who bears sole responsibility for his success: Jesus Christ. Nah, just kidding—it’s Drake. Mr. Graham’s self-sufficiency doesn’t stop him from enlisting the guest assistance of a couple high-profile homies. Braggadocious 16s from 2 Chainz (standout line: “My d**k so hard it make the metal detector go off.”) and Big Sean alternate with the headliner’s hedonistic verses. Watch for Nothing Was the Same to hit record stores and online retailers September 17, via OVO Sound/Young Money/Cash Money/Republic.
Written by richard on 08/1/13
Three albums into his career and Drake is inarguably a rap superstar, maybe rap’s top superstar. But I’m not really sure why. I mean, I know why – he makes hits, the ladies love him, etc. – but I don’t know WHY....
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