Drake follows recent string of singles with new freestyle, ‘Only You’

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Drake follows recent string of singles with new freestyle, ‘Only You’

by: Rachel Narozniak

Jul 22, 2020

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“Giving out gifts like Santa,” a line from Drake‘s latest, “Only You,” is an apt descriptor of the self-proclaimed 6 God’s release activity of late. With his foot on the gas, an album in the works, and Dark Lane Demo Tapes in the rearview, just behind a recent string of DJ Khaled-produced singles, Drake has hardly been stingy with the sonic material this year.

Not even one-week after doubling down with DJ Khaled on two new drop-offs, “GREECE” and “POPSTAR,” Drake is back with more verbal ammo on “Only You,” a rapid-fire freestyle debuted in collaboration with Headie One. Activating his quick tongue for his latest single of the calendar year, Drake has teamed up with Headie One not only for the eviscerating cut but also for an accompanying visual. Pause Drake’s prior “Toosie Slide” music video and stream below.

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