There doesn't appear to be any big response to Pusha T's latest salvo, so maybe Drake is letting that fued lie for the time being. The editor notes of the Toronto artist's fifth studio album Scorpion poke fun at the many things critics of the "Nice For What" musician have said through the years.
The popularity is likely helped by widespread promotion of the project. Here he reflects upon his own upbringing ― Drake was raised by a single mother named Sandi ― and refers to himself as a "single father".
She gave birth to her and Drake's son on 11 October a year ago, calling him Adonis.
So it's a surprise and rather a delight that Scorpion advances both our understanding of Drake and also his understanding of what is to be a superstar.
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"I've seen this movie a hundred times; I know where it's headed / Realize someone gotta die when no one will dead it / Niggas gambling with their life for some content / That's the type of lottery that could get your top picked".
Then, referencing the famous Michael Jackson song about a woman claiming to be pregnant with the singer's child, Drake raps: "She not my lover like Billie Jean but the kid is mine". The final song on the album, "March 14", is written like an open letter to the child. The track itself finds Drake pondering whether there is anything for a superstar like him beyond money and status. It's not her fault she got dragged into all this. Production credits range from some of Drake's most trusted beat smiths like Noah "40" Shebib to hip-hop legends like DJ Premier and No I.D. Although this album lacks a world-conquering pop hit like One Dance or Hotline Bling, and your interest wanes on side two, Scorpion is the album of the summer. On "Is There More", though, he hints at going independent after Scorpion: "Soon as this album drops, I'm outta the deal".