Drake Debuts New Song While Performing in New Zealand
After recently telling fans he has new music on the way, Drake made good on his promise and premiered a new song during a performance in New Zealand.
During the Australian leg of his Boy Meets World Tour, Drizzy performed his newest track but didn't reveal a title. "Please don’t stand at my grave and cry though/I’m not there, they it made it so I can never really die, no/Please don’t stand at my grave and cry though/Pop champagne, scream my words," the rapper sings.
Drake previously told the crowd at one of his concerts about a fan he met at an airport, who asked when he would release new music. "I landed at the airport here, there was this kid working there and the first thing he said to me was, 'Hey, man, great to have you. When you dropping some new shit, man?'" he said. "That's love to me. I really do appreciate that. Just know I'm always working for you. I'm never sitting around wasting my time. So, I got shit coming for you, don't worry."
The Toronto rapper's last single came in June when he released "Signs." Like his latest track, the song also features him rapping about champagne. "Champagne with breakfast while I'm yawning/You can't drink all day if you don't start in the morning/Lord forgive me, I can't take things slowly/I'm goin on them once I get going," he spits.
Check out a snippet of Drake's new song below.
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