Drake Teases New Music in Detroit

  /  08.18.2016

Is Drake already working on a follow-up to Views?

Some fans seem to think so, with many pointing to social media clips allegedly previewing new material from the 6 God.

Complex reports that while fans celebrated Eminem and Drake’s Detroit performance this week, Drizzy teased new material at an after-party in the D.


“Yeah, I know they want to take my place,” he appears to sing in one snippet. “I could tell that love is fake.”

Meanwhile, another clip features a vibe similar to Drake’s Rihanna collaboration “Work” and the Caribbean influence that resides in “One Dance.”

Some also believe that Drizzy’s friend, NFL star Odell Beckham Jr., may have hinted towards new Drake lyrics with an Instagram post this week.

“Fake people showing fake love to me straight up to my facceee…. @champagnepapi,” Beckham captioned a photo of himself.

If Drake is teasing a new project, it would make sense. After all, he’s been hinting at new music all summer ’16, including a mixtape and joint projects with Kanye West and Gucci Mane.


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