New Drake music 'More Life' now streaming, not Apple Music exclusive


New Drake music 'More Life' now streaming, not Apple Music exclusive

And knowing where to stream Drake's new album, More Life, truly is as simple as firing up that Netflix queue, because the 22-track tour de force is available everywhere from Tidal to Spotify to Google Play Music.

The project made its worldwide debut on his radio show on Beats 1. More importantly, the 6 God's new project, a "playlist" titled More Life, is due out today (March 18).

Drake's lyrics on "Portland" could be a response to Jay Z. Drizzy later raps, "Fake f*** with me back then, but it's getting hard for you to fake it now/F*** being rich when I'm forty, man, I'm tryna to make it now".

This is clearly a coded message, which roughly translates to "Drake, you need to get your shit together if you want to date me for real".

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With the first day of Spring right around the corner, Drake officially released More Life into the digital streets and onto streaming services everywhere.

Drake's More Life has more contributing artists than any other Drake project in history. London emcee Giggs is the gritty, bar-spitting core of both "No Long Talk" and the bruising "KMT", while the up-and-coming Brit Skepta gets an entire "Interlude" to himself.

"Since Way Back" Clocking in at over six minutes in length, Drake's collab with PARTYNEXTDOOR is a frosty ode to a straying lover Drake can't stand to let go of. Flawless driving song, gives off some LA vibes. Oddly enough sounds like the music that is always playing at H&M?

Gyalchester: You're going to hear this on the radio a lot. And later, on the song "Teenage Fever", about a failed relationship, Drake tells a lady friend she's "to blame for what could have been" before singing the hook from the J. Lo classic "If You Had My Love". "Glow" (featuring Kanye West) 19. I can see now why this was the single. Give it a listen if you haven't yet. Drake is at a rarefied place for any popular musician - he bemoans success not for the effect it's had on his world, his art or his soul, but rather for how it's robbed his career of engaging storylines.



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