But unlike "One Dance", "Passionfruit" offers forgettable lyrics over a repetitive Soundcloud-quality tropical beat.
"The only category they can manage to fit me in is in a rap category, maybe because I've rapped in the past or because I'm black", he said. He is quick to remind us of his calculated moves at the top. And they did this by posting flower emojis on his posts - a symbol that represents Drake's new album.
And if Drake goes back on that idea and stays in our faces through the fall?
The features on this album often overshadowed Drake's quality of music, but it is learned and accepted because of the context of the album being a playlist, as he describes it. I really enjoyed the summer vibes, the "Take Care"/old Drake hints here in there, and the ratio between party songs and more chill ones.
The 22-track playlist had a gamut of features from well-known artists like Kanye West, 2 Chainz and Sampha, to newcomers like Jorga Smith and Snoh Aalegra. The interludes beautifully connect the sections of the album. Drake blustering reveals J. Lo's changed her number on him on "Free Smoke" and quietly laments on it in a more introspective moment "Teenage Fever". Drake raps about his mom telling him to stop worrying about other people's opinions and having a more positive mindset.
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In terms of content, More Life is typical Drake. It seems nearly as if West is emulating Drake's reflective style only with a more positive outlook.
"More Life" feels like, once again, songs that he did not care about, which is why he just made this a playlist.
"Fake Love", the playlist's spiritual closer, shows that Drake still has a knack for creating R&B tunes flawless for a club or uptown bar atmosphere. "Several singles were dropped prior to its release, namely "Sneakin", "Fake Love" and 'Two Birds, One Stone", offering listeners a peek into the direction the playlist would take. With features from those two along with Kanye West, Quavo, 2 Chainz and Young Thug as well as heavy-hitting grime artists Skepta and Giggs, More Life makes it extremely hard to choose only five standout tracks, but here it goes.
The set totalled 61,302,082 streams in the 24 hours, surging past Divide's 56,727,861 streams on March 3. Even "Views" was more enjoyable than this.