Beyonce, Jay-Z and Drake attend the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on February 10, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage)
What were you doing at 1:10 a.m. this morning?
According to Consequence of Sound, Toronto rapper Drake was uploading his latest track “5AM in Toronto” to his SoundCloud account while most of us were sleeping.
This is the second tune the 26-year-old has released this year and it is unknown whether or not it will appear on his upcoming album “Nothing Was The Same” along with the single “Started From The Bottom.”
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In the song, the "HYFR (Hell Ya F--king Right)" hitmaker raps about his critics, his money and gives a shout out to Frank Sinatra, which reminds us of Jay-Z’s rhymes in “Empire State of Mind.”
“Most number ones ever, how long did it really take me,” Drake spits in “5AM in Toronto.” “The part I love most is they need me more than they hate me/So they never take shots, I got everybody on safety…Yeah, that's cause I'm headed to the bank, ni--a/ Sinatra lifestyle, I'm just being Frank with you.”
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