Drake is back with even more music just one week removed from the release of his 25 track album “Scorpion”.
The Canadian rapper went back to the basics, stopping by British rap channel Link Up’s studio for a special freestyle as part of the platform’s “Behind Barz” series.
Drizzy, 31, touches on his career and the balancing act between fame, money, friendship and creativity in the music industry.
“I got way too big off ‘Views’/Back to the basics, I won’t lose,” he raps. “They wanna link when they got no tunes/They too worried about sellin’ out shoes/I don’t give a f**k about jeans or c**p/Or going to Milan or going to the Met/I just wanna make these songs for the set…”
“Scorpion” — a double album featuring both rap and R&B — is Drake’s fifth studio album and features Michael Jackson and Jay-Z.
The “Behind Barz” program has primarily featured U.K. rappers like Chip and CS in the past.