Major bag alert. Drake and Khaled's much anticipated joint "To The Max" has finally dropped, which means Grateful must be right around the corner. While fans have been waiting for Drizzy to body one of Khaled's joints, the 6 God comes rather subdued on this one, crooning a sparing melody and reflecting on the snakes in the grass in his peripheral.
The beat itself steals the show, with frantic, almost tribal percussion. It's not your traditional hip-hop beat, deriving influence from electronic music, and Drizzy's vocals are altered and distorted at times. It's an interesting effort from the two moguls, and while this may not be the banger you might have wanted, it remains an experimental and enjoyable listen nonetheless.
Now all of a sudden, people say we cousins
I keep hearin' all this "You my brother" talk, I can't relate to nothin'
My broski down to ride
Made a knot in the line
You can never break ties