Drake is fast embracing the “leak and surprise” culture as he shared two new tracks, “When to Say When” and “Chicago Freestyle” in the wee hours of February’s leap day.
The OVO Boss resorted to SoundCloud for the release avoiding other major streaming platforms which fans where initially expecting.
Drizzy took the surprise a notch higher, killing two birds with one stone. He combined clips of the two songs in one video, transitioning from “When to Say When” to “Chicago Freestyle.”
“When to Say When” and “Chicago Freestyle” mark his first new music since his collaborations with Future on “Desires” and “Life Is Good” earlier in the year.
In “When To Say When” Drake hits up several spots in New York, including the Brooklyn Bridge, Jacob & Co, Marcy Projects, rapping over a JAY Z “Song Cry” sample beat.
“Chicago Freestyle,” features Giveon a fast rising R&B act whose Baritone voice spiced up a perfectly-executed Eminem “Superman” sample.
Watch the video below.
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