The Game Samples Drake On New Track “Drake Flows”
New Heat From The Game Drake Flows
The Game is back with a new single, following the release of his eighth studio album 1992 last year. Game borrows from the homie Drake with “Drake Flows,” sampling the “Look What You’ve Done” track from Drizzy’s Grammy-winning album Take Care. Game is able to let off one verse before the song ends, lasting only 1 minute and 51 seconds. Check out the The Game Drake Flows at the bottom of the post.
The west coast rapper doesn’t waste any time, starting the song off strong with his usual bravado.
“Who is it/The gun spitter, young homerun hitter/Moet sipper hit you with the flow like Biggie/King of this rap sh*t, out the park like Griffey.”
Listen To The Game Drake Flows Below:
No word yet on whether or not this short but sweet new track will appear on his up coming ninth album, Westside Story, which should be dropping sometime this year. In December of 2016, Game announced that this would be his final album.
“When I get back to L.A. I’m going straight to jail because I fuin’ had a fight with a police officer and sht,” the artist revealed during a show in Moscow, Russia. “So, I’m gonna sit down for a minute and I’m gonna write my next album, which is probably gonna be my last album. It’s called Westside Story. It’s gonna be some ill sht. But I don’t even really give a fk about that, man. All I give a f**k about is my music, my kids, my fans, and my family.”
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