Drake Drops a New Freestyle Taking Shots at Unnamed Rappers

Possibly addressing Kanye West.

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Drake released a new freestyle on U.K. rap channel Link Up TV, possibly taking shots at Kanye West once again. In the freestyle above, Drake’s flow rides with the beat as he drops some local Grime slang and taking aim at unnamed rappers.

Drake mentions rappers being too wrapped up in selling shoes than making chunes–Jamaican Patois for songs. He then shares the line: “I know so much shit that I cannot expose, I keep it inside and I laugh on my own.” The freestyle was recorded two days before the release of his album Scorpion and is almost 3 minutes in length.

Listen to it in full above and share your thoughts below.

In related news, Toronto gains a 10% economy boost annually due to the “Drake Effect.”

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