Drake Just Dropped His First-Ever Song With Jay Z And Kanye West

Listen to "Pop Style" and "One Dance."

Drake is dropping Views From the 6 this month, and he just amped up the album's rollout with the release of two new songs today: "One Dance (feat. Wizkid and Kyla)" and "Pop Style (feat. Jay Z and Kanye West)." Seeing as we're in The Age of Fuckit for releasing new albums, there's no telling how, why, when, or where we'll see Views From the 6 in its entirety. For now, Drake has decided to make his two new tracks iTunes exclusive. That means you need to have iTunes Music to stream the whole thing, or fork over $1.29 for each song. Hey, it's better than Tidal. And, hey, it's better than whatever the hell Kanye did.

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"One Dance," as you'll probably gather from the title, is Drake's newest romantic club banger."Pop Style"—which, again, you'll be able to gather from the title—is his big hip-hop No. 1 radio hit featuring Jay Z and West. This marks the first time all three have appeared on the same track (Jay Z and West are billed as The Throne, which is cute). Other fun moments in this song, which is otherwise huge with the three biggest names in rap on it, are Kanye saying "Imma let you finish" and the "Perfect" sample from The Life of Pablo. Seeing as his first track from Views From the 6, "Summer Sixteen," is already on Spotify, you can look for these new songs elsewhere soon. April should be a pretty great month for hip-hop, as Chance The Rapper's new mixtape is due out sometime this month. Stream "Pop Style" below, via Consequence of Sound (the stream below is no longer available, but the links to iTunes are above):

From: Esquire

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