Drake releases a new mixtape called "Dark Lane Demo Tapes" with features from Future, Young Thug, Playboi Carti, Fivio Foreign, Chris Brown, and more.
It feels like forever since the last time Drake dropped a full-length project but, without much notice, the King of Toronto came through unannounced with a surprise mixtape called the Dark Lane Demo Tapes.
On Thursday (April 30), it was rumored that Drake would be releasing something at the end of the day and those rumblings came true when Dark Lane Demo Tapes hit the internet. As expected, the new collection features a flurry of songs that the fans had been asking for, including his "Demons" collaboration with Fivio Foreign and Sosa Geek, his "Pain 1993" track with Playboi Carti, and an official release of "Desires" with Future. Elsewhere on the 14-track display, there are songs that nobody even knew about.
Another new collaboration with Chris Brown, titled "Not You Too," is threatening to become another sleeper hit after the success of "No Guidance" last year. In addition to that, a fresh link-up between Drake, Future, and Young Thug called "D4L" took the world by storm.
There is definitely a lot to unpack with this mixtape, but Drake is already looking toward his future. The superstar recording artist announced that his next album will be released in the summer, teasing a new track with Roddy Ricch shortly after the arrival of the Dark Lane Demo Tapes.
Have a listen to the new project below and let us know what you think.