UPDATE: Drake & Lil Baby's Collab Track Just Dropped on OVO Sound Radio

Tentatively titled, “Pikachu (No Keys).”

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UPDATE: Lil Baby and Drake’s collaborative single “Yes Indeed” has officially surfaced, and is available for streaming below.

After being teased earlier this month, Drake and Lil Baby‘s collaborative track made its debut during tonight’s OVO Sound Radio episode. Tentatively titled “Pikachu (No Keys),” host Oliver El-Khatib dropped the track at the end of his set, which was originally teased during Preme’s release party in Atlanta. On the single, Drizzy can be heard shouting out “My Dawg” and rapping, “Wheezy produced it and Weezy done made me.”

Though there’s not much more information on the single as of now, or whether it will be part of Drake’s forthcoming Scorpion album, Beats 1 did confirm the new track via its Twitter. Listen to the track below and catch the full OVO Sound Radio Episode 62 as well here.

Earlier this month Preme stated “pissed off” Drake will return for Scorpion.

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