Since the publication of last year ‘Scorpion‘ and after their world tour presentation, Drake came by, she has a profile more or less artistic, but not stopped, the cooperation with various artists: in addition to Quavo, Bad Bunny, or Meek Mill in the last few weeks, issues with Chris Brown or Rick Ross had thrown. Just with the latter also ‘Money In The Grave’, one of the two previously unreleased tracks, threw the Toronto Raptors celebrated the victory of their favorite team in the NBA.
Now, straight without notice –so reported a few hours ago on Instagram– canadian, has published ‘Care Package‘. It is a compilation of 17 cuts, rarities accumulated from the time of ‘Thank Me Later’, until today, you had seen the light in any way (or be filtered, viewed, or had not been taken into account by him self) but, finally including on their hard drives or have been published, officially.
Between them to draw attention to issues with J. Cole (‘Jodeci Freestyle’), new Rick Ross (‘the Free Spirit’) or ‘Draft Day’, which, interestingly, can be used as “Doo Wop (That Thing)” by Lauryn Hill, the recourse in the past year, back to the wonderful ‘Nice For What’ of ‘Scorpion’. But perhaps the most notable is the inclusion of two old themes, which, in connection with Beyoncé, is pretty popular, although it publishes not have been: “Girls Love Beyonce” with James Fauntleroy, in which the two sing ‘Say My Name’ by destiny’s got a Child in the chorus; and ‘Can I’, a collaboration with Knowles to be discarded in their album “Views From The 6′, but it was, after filtration of the demo, finally. This, of course, may mean that the differences of opinion between Drizzy and Jay-Z, husband of Beyoncé, seem to have finally buried the, since last summer, were photographed together for the first time in years. But, Yes, the diva would not appear to be appropriately accredited, as it happens, with the above-mentioned.