Drake has come through with another surprise two-pack. Saturday night, the OVO frontman dropped off two new "leaks," taking to Soundcloud to complete the experience by unveiling his "When To Say When" and "Chicago Freestyle" selections.
The tracks are spliced together in the form of an accompanying music video, directed by Theo Skudra, a preferred collaborator of Drake's for some time. Notably, the clip features the viral moments captured from Drake's visit to the Marcy Houses in Brooklyn, bringing to fruition the efforts that he'd been cooking up. You'll recall that Drake was the subject of some ridicule after a video surfaced of the rapper in front of the famed housing project in Brooklyn. The shot at the moment caught Drizzy constantly looking over his shoulder, sparking claims that he wasn't too comfortable with his surroundings. He went on to debunk the notion, noting that it was "all love" that day.
Previously, Drake teased "When To Say When" while speaking during his Rap Radar interview with Elliott Wilson and B. Dot Miller "The ones that we connect on most are the ones where I’m just givin' those life talks," he noted. "Just to show you I can still rap." When clips of Drake in Marcy surfaced, B.Dot went on to confirm that he was filming for the same track in question. Listen to the "When To Say When" below.
Ayy, thirty-three years, I gave that to the game
Thirty-three mil', I save that for the ring
Five hundred weeks, I fill the charts with my pain
Five hundred mil and I fall back in the 6ix (Six/6)
Finally, give you the niggas the space you need to exist
Michael Jackson 'ship, but the palace is not for kids