Drake follows up the release of "One Dance" by sharing "Pop Style," which features The Throne a.k.a. Kanye West and Jay Z, a name the two rappers created with their 2011 collaborative album, Watch the Throne. The Toronto native has worked with both Hov and 'Ye in the past, but never on the same song, which makes this a monumental moment for all parties involved. The connection with Kanye on Views From the 6 was inevitable for Drake, who contributed to The Life of Pablo.
As expected, Drizzy comes correct with boastful lines like, "Got so many chains they call me Chaining Tatum," and shouts out Justin Timberlake with a Justified reference. Jay Z slides through for a few lines before Kanye delivers his signature blend of lyricism and attitude. "They like Pablo why are all the windows tinted in your Tahoe?/Why do you know every single bitch that I know?" The track is produced by frequent collaborators Sevn Thomas and Frank Dukes, with additional work from Boi-1da and Noah "40" Shebib.
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