April 5, 2016


Drake Drops Two Songs, One Featuring Jay Z and Kanye West

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Update: They're on Spotify! Listen below.

Original story: Views season, Views season! As we careen further into the month Drake has targeted for his fourth studio album, Views from the 6, we've got two brand new songs. "Pop Style" features The Throne—a.k.a. Jay Z and Kanye West, who haven't gone by that name in a lonnng while—and "One Dance" has Wizkid and Kyla.

Both tracks are utterly fresh-sounding and intensely promising. "One Dance" is built on a bouncy piano and features both machine gun blasts and "Hotline Bling"–y melodic Drake; "Pop Style" is dark, ominous and just a total hip-hop nuke, hearing Drizzy, Yeezy and Hov together. (Not the best time to bring back a Thank Me Later–ish bar like "got so many chains they call me Channing Tatum" though, Aubrey.)

Stream Drake's new songs on Apple Music or buy 'em through iTunes via the links in his tweets (enjoy that fancy monochrome-n-cursive single art, too):

The tracks were originally hyped as seven-day Apple Music/iTunes exclusives, but "Pop Style" has since appeared on Tidal, 'cause Jay Z and Kanye, duh.

For every little thing we know about Views from the 6, including a lot of potential songs, check out Fuse's Complete Guide. Then watch an episode of our digital miniseries The Drake Effect below: