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New Drake Alert: Drizzy Drops ‘Pop Style’ And ‘One Dance’


Drizzy season.

This morning, Drake released two new songs on iTunes as he prepares to release his fourth studio album, Views From The 6.

Judging by the hashtags included in the tweets that Drake sent out—#VIEWS—both of these songs One Dance and Pop Style may appear on the album.

Both tracks have unique vibes: One Dance is a more tropical tune to dance to while Pop Style is the definition of a banger and has some surprising features.

One Dance, has Drake rapping and singing over a lush dance-hall beat, and samples an eight-year-old house song by Crazy Cousinz and Kyla, titled Do You Mind.

One Dance also features Skepta and WizKid, who Drake previously linked up with when he remixed his song Ojuelebega.

The second song, Pop Style, probably gave some hip-hop fans a heart attack when they saw the listed feature. The song features The Throne, and no, that’s not a new OVO signee.

In reference to their 2011 collaborative album, The Throne is Jay Z and Kanye West.

The song mainly includes Drake and Kanye spitting verses with Jay Z popping in for about six seconds (which is the most he’s rapped the past two years). Drake and Ye both drop some quotable bars (“I got so many chains they call me Chaining Tatum”), as they spit about how established they are in the music scene.

There is no confirmation yet if these two songs will appear on Views From The 6, but from all of the recent Drake songs surfacing, it’s getting difficult to pinpoint which direction he’s going in for this new album. All eyes on the 6 God.