Drake Drops Surprise Video For When to Say When & Chicago Freestyle
We all love surprises and when it is Drake who is giving one, then it is absolutely lovely to have them. On Saturday night, the 6 God dropped his music video for two of his songs “When to Say When” and “Chicago Freestyle”. With Theo Skudra working as the director for these two videos, Drake mentions Michael Jackson and probably even takes a few notes from Eminem‘s song as well.
Drake Drops New Music Video
“33 years, I gave that to the game / 33 mil, I save that for the rain / 500 weeks, I fill the charts with my pain / 500 mil and I fall back in the 6 / Finally give you n***as the space you need to exist / Michael Jackson shit, but the palace is not for kids,”
Incredibly, it seems that Drake is actually paying respects and homage to Jay-Z and Marshall Mathers (Eminem). We are not the only one talking about this. In one interview, he even talked about Jay-Z: Check this out:
Check this out, maybe this will convince you:
Drake reflects about his life and talks about searching for new women and how his former flings have moved on.
“Area code in my phone, what numbers do I still have? / Who do I know from the past? / Hit one, she say she got a man / Hit another one it goes green / Must’ve changed phones on the team”
Drake was teasing us a new album for the year 2020 for some time. Before the end of 2019, he had a detailed conversation with Rap Radar Podcast and revealed his full attention to the next project. He revealed that he would choose to go three weeks between songs in order to give attention to each of them completely.
“…just because like I’m just kind of enjoying life. I’m enjoying living, going out with people. Investing in personal connections, and it’s just making my music better.”
Check out his music video for When to Say When and Chicago Freestyle below: