Drake Surprises Fans And Allegedly Disses Jay Z With “Draft Day”


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Drake is like hip-hop’s Santa Claus the way he waits until half the world is asleep to surprise fans with new material. You never know when he is going to bless us with another insight on life at the top, but whenever it happens you’re bound to feel like Christmas came early.

Last night, Drizzy Drake once again made a late night appearance on social media to release a track no one was expecting. The anthemic effort, titled “Draft Day,” samples Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop” while Drake goes in on everything from his willingness to die for his district like The Hunger Games, to Chance The Rapper, the music industry, and all the lies others talk while Aubrey is busy putting in work. You can stream and download the track below:

Drake is never one to confirm or deny when he disses other rappers on tracks, but there is a lot of talk this morning about a series of “Draft Day” lines that seem to take shots at Jay Z. Specifically, the line “Just hits no misses, that’s for the married folks / Tell ‘em fix my suite up ’cause I’m coming home / Oh, I heard he talking crazy, I was out of town / You know they love to pop all that shit when I’m not around / But when I’m here? Sssss, not a sound / That’ll make me snap, jot it down, go in the booth and lay a body down.”

There are not many big-name rappers with high-profile marriages, and last time we checked Kanye West has not said anything negative about Drake.

Last week, Jay Z dissed Drake in a new verse released over the beat to “We Made It,” which you may recall is a song Drake put out in January 2014. Jay rapped, “Sorry Mrs. Drizzy for so much art / Silly me, rappin’ ’bout shit that I really bought / While these rappers rap about guns that they ain’t shot / And a bunch of other silly shit that they ain’t got.” The comments were made in a response to something Drake told Rolling Stone back in February, but clearly Drake is not letting Jay have the last word.

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