Drake – “When To Say When” & “Chicago Freestyle”
Drake dropped two new songs on Saturday night, “When To Say When” and “Chicago Freestyle.” He teased the first track in an interview with Rap Radar last year. The Canadian rapper recently confirmed that he was working on a new album and that it would be “more concise” than Scorpion, his 2018 project that had 25 tracks.
The two tracks are packaged into the same video. The first is shot in New York City in both the Diamond District and the Marcy Projects — the song features a sample of Jay-Z’s “Song Cry” — and the second brings Drake back to his hometown of Toronto and nods to a verse on Eminem’s “Superman.”
These two are not Drake’s first tracks of the year. In January, a What A Time To Be Alive follow-up seemed to be percolating when Future and Drake teamed up for new songs, “Life Is Good” and “Desires,” though we haven’t heard anything from the two of them since.
Watch and listen to Drake’s new songs below.