Drake Drops 'Diss Track' 5AM In Toronto, Will It Be On His New Album?
Canadian producer's third record set for summer release
Drake has announced his return with a new song! Although he hasn’t left many clues as to what the new song means for his future plans.
Drake's back! And Angry with it!
The Canadian rapper does have a new album coming out this year, Nothing Was The Same, out on Cash Money/Young Money/Universal Republic, but there’s no word as to whether this new track, ‘5AM In Toronto’, will be on it. What it does tell us though is that the star is in feisty mood, the song being used by the rapper to take pot shots at many of his rivals in what can only be termed, a diss track. Bars like “That’s why every song sound like Drake featuring Drake” and “The part I love most is they need me more than they hate me, so they never take shots I got everybody on safety” showing his vicious side. The track has been produced by Boi-1da, check it out below.
Drake has released a track from the forthcoming LP Nothing Was The Same already; Started From The Bottom was released on February 1st and gained the star his eleventh top 10 US Billboard Hot 100 hit, charting at 10. Nothing Was The Same will be his third album after two US number one platinum selling predecessors, 2010’s Thank Me Later, and 2011’s Take Care.