Yikes, it seems like Drake is suffering from a terrible case of bad luck.
Titled “Tryna Love”, the 1st track is a collaboration between Drake, Juicy J and Ty Dolla $ign.
The singer debuted a short clip of the song earlier this year, however, the song was titled “Tryna F*ck” back then. The leaked version is presumably a radio edit version and has been censored for commercial play.
The next song, “On The Wave” is a slow jam with stripped and soothing vocals. Drake is famed for his relatable love songs, and this track is one of it. Singer-songwriter Tinashe is featured in the track.
With lyrics like “you’re ready for something new, I’m still where I was last year”, it seems like Drake is still hung up on an ex-girlfriend who has long moved on.
Titled “Go Out Tonight”, the final leaked track is a Drake solo, which is still exemplary in terms of beats and melody. Long-time Drake collaborator Noah “40” Shebib, who founded OVO Sound along with Drake and Oliver El-Khatib, provided the beats for the R&B track.
The song urges a woman, who is the object of Drake’s affection, to deal with her insecurities and to “go out tonight” for some mindless fun.
Drake first dropped his mixtape “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” on 13th February, which came as a shock to fans because it was released without prior announcement. It garnered stellar reviews from contemporary music critics.
So far, 3 out of the 4 leaked songs exuded a relaxed vibe, in contrast to the songs in his aforementioned mixtape, which was filled with songs containing angry vocals and furious hooks. It is unsure where the leaked tracks first appeared, or who was the initial publisher. It should be noted that the songs’ release might be unauthorised, with the tracks giving off a “raw” and unfinished vibe and sounding like a demo version rather than the final product.
No official source has confirmed that the unreleased songs are from the album, but it is widely speculated that this leak could encourage Drake to release his upcoming 4th album titled “Views From The 6” sooner than expected.
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Source: Music Times