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Drake to release new music on Grammy Awards night

Drake is dropping new music! (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Forget Justin Timberlake, Drake is coming out with new music.

Billboard reports that the Toronto artist will release a track called "Started From the Bottom" on Feb. 10 and Cash Money Records co-CEO Bryan "Birdman" Williams promises that a new album isn’t far behind.

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“This year we got something in store,” he said. “We got a new record coming out this year. It's just one of those nights that, after seeing each other together, that’ll be like the highlight of our night, the highlight of our life, the highlight of our year."

According to Drake’s official fansite Word On Road, the music video for "Started From the Bottom" was filmed in January in Toronto and was directed by Director X, who said of the video, “Drake trusts me because we go back. We are from Toronto. We are from the same city.”

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He also said, “We did ‘HYFR’ together. It really worked. We’ve been trying to work together for a long time so when it connected…it connected. And we kind of ran with that. I can’t really say too much about it…but he’s got a lot going on. He’s one of those guys that want to spend the money to make great video. That’s what he did. He went for it. He did his best to make a great video.”

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The 26-year-old is nominated for three Grammy Awards for Best Rap Performance for "HYFR (Hell Ya F***ing Right)," Best Rap Song for "The Motto" and Best Rap Album for "Take Care."

“Music’s biggest night” just got a little bit bigger.

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