Published: Mon, March 20, 2017
Culture | By Ray Hoffman

Drake shows his fetish for Brits on new release 'More Life'

Drake shows his fetish for Brits on new release 'More Life'

Speaking on Beats 1 Radio a year ago, Drake said he wants More Life to "provide a soundtrack to your life".

Drake's new project More Life - playlist, mix tape or whatever the hell you want to call it - arrived earlier today for your streaming pleasure across Apple Music, Spotify and Tidal. Titled More Life, the 22 tracks were premiered on Drake's Beats 1 show, OVO Sound Radio, on Saturday without warning.

There's no fake-Jamaican patois, gloomy tales of fame or any other Views-era Drake gimmicks on this track, one of his few new tracks that could feasibly fit at home on any of his previous releases. And I got on the song", she said, adding, "Yeah, we have a song together.

There are a lot of hype and press around this album and Drake's team is taking full advantage of it with even his father Dennis Graham promoting his concerts using More Life.

"I'm a bit concerned about this negative tone I'm hearing in your voice these days", she says.

On "Two Birds, One Stone", Drake fired subliminal shots at Kid Cudi and Pusha T, causing Cudi to clap back with a confrontational response on Twitter. He drops oblique references to his ongoing war with Meek and Rick Ross on "Can't Have Everything" ("Tell your big homie I'm all for going there again"), but otherwise More Life is as convivial as the album title promised.

Trending over the death of a music legend, More Life is out and the streets are certainly talking about it in spades. "Sacrifices" (feat. 2 Chainz and Young Thug) 13. "Glow" (featuring Kanye West) 19.

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