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Drake signs his fellow Toronto mans Smiley to his OVO label and hops on his first official release, “Over the Top.”

2021 Billboard Music Awards - Backstage

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While Drake is prepping for the release of his forthcoming album, Certified Lover Boy, he is still blessing his peers with that Drake stimmy. We all know by now a Drake feature can set an artist up for a great career and make them a sensation overnight. Drake recently signed his fellow Toronto native, Smiley, and got things off to a great start by delivering one of his best verses this year.

“Anyone else would retire, but I’m not content,” Drake raps. “I wanna bury these n-ggas like twenty feet down so no one can find them again/It’s gotta be scary to witness me carry these n-ggas around in both of my hands/They stay inviting me over, they say they got bitches/I get there and then it’s just them.”

The track is a late entry in the song of the summer, but from the sound of it, it will knock a few songs off the board for contention. Drake’s album is still a mystery at this point, but we have faith in the 6 God and his ability to deliver something worth that wait.

Luckily, while we wait, this new track will surely hold us over. You can listen to the record below.



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