Drake joined Elliott Wilson for a CRWN discussion, speaking on his collaboration with Wu-Tang, the original intention for "Pound Cake", the "Hold On, We're Going Home" video and more.
Drake joined RapRadar's Elliott Wilson at NYU for his CRWN interview series earlier tonight, and while the footage of the hour long discussion has yet to surface, we've been able to piece together much the interview through the consistent live tweeting of press attendees.
Drake spoke of his rumored collaboration with the Wu-Tang clan, confirming that he had recorded a song with the group, and that it will see release soon. He also shared portions of a conversation he had with Ghostface Killah.
"GFK called me up during rehearsal & told me I know I got this fake twitter account talking talk, but you're one of my favorite MC's"— Chris Uño (@CRS_One) September 23, 2013
Drake confirmed he's got a track w/ the Wu. It's coming soon. #JustWaitOnIt— Chris Uño (@CRS_One) September 23, 2013
Drizzy then revealed that "Pound Cake," his collaboration with Jay Z on Nothing Was The Same, was actual meant for Magna Carta Holy Grail.
'Pound Cake' was originally meant for Magna Carta, however Drake asked for it back and the song turned into what it is. #crwn— Word On Road (@WordOnRd) September 23, 2013
"On Cabaret: I gave him 24 bars, I went in! I may have even sang a Lil boosie song!"— Chris Uño (@CRS_One) September 23, 2013
The OVO rapper shared that the "Hold On, We're Going Home" video will be dropping this week. He then spoke on the possibility of releasing a completely sung album, and his mother's reaction to the personal "Too Much".
"Hold On, We're Going Home" video dropping this week. #NWTS— Joe Money (@RealJoeMoney) September 23, 2013
Drake asked his mother to listen to 'Too Much' days before Fallon. The song upset her. He gave that disclaimer for her.— JasFly (@JasFly) September 23, 2013
Drake says in the future he looks forward to giving fans an album with just singing. #crwn— Word On Road (@WordOnRd) September 23, 2013
Oh yeah, take all these reports with a grain of salt, because according to Drake, "Twitter isn't real".
DRAKE JUST SAID "TWITTER ISN'T REAL" THIS IS... EVERYTHING IS JUST... NOTHING WAS...— Meaghan's Room (@moneyworth) September 23, 2013