Drake is back this week with a new song, “All Me,” featuring 2 Chainz and Big Sean. “All Me” is the latest release from Drizzy as he prepares for his new album “Nothing Was The Same,” scheduled to be released in September.
“All Me” also features hip-hop’s new favorite comedian, Aziz Ansari, who alludes to a hilarious exchange of his character in “Funny People,” proclaiming, “I’m really stepping up my game! These b–tches gotta start paying me for this! Can’t get no more free Randy!”credit observer.com
With this new track, Drake has provided his fans with yet another anthem – one we’re sure will soon all over the airwaves and also expected to be performed at Toronto’s OVO Fest.
According to vibe.com:
“I came up, that’s all me/ Stay true, that’s all me/ No help, that’s all me,’ Drake rap-sings on yet another tweetable hook, yet he asks for an assist from 2 Chainz and Big Sean on his new single “All Me.” With the Toronto spitter hosting his annual OVO Fest in four days, there’s a high probability that this new self-made anthem will creep up in the set list. The Key Wane-produced triple-header delivers an ominous backdrop as the trio of MCs detail the trappings of their success.”
Drake’s “All Me” is a great addition to the slew of new music he has put out recently as he gears up for the “Nothing Was The Same” release. Yet, while songs like this create anticipation for a great album, there’s also some speculation that it may be one of his last albums with Cash Money/Young Money—as there have been rumored disagreements within the camp. Label mate, Nicki Minaj, did nothing to help those rumors in her radio interview a few days ago, responding very vaguely to a question about Drizzy’s departure.
Whether Drake stays or goes, one thing seems for sure – with hits like “All Me,” October’s Very Own will be a September smash with the release of “Nothing Was the Same.”