The Motion Feat. Sampha

Feel like getting overwhelmed this morning? Then you’re in for a real treat. Possibly still feeling the highs of a Miami Heat victory in the NBA Finals (even though he couldn’t get in on the celebrations), Drake decided to share four very different new singles with us last night. Although only one of them will probably make it to the final cut on Nothing Was The Same, they’re all worth a listen.

“The Motion” is easily the best of the quartet, with a sound that’s very reminiscent of the late 90’s/early 2000’s and contains a feature from Sampha (of SBTRKT fame). Meanwhile on “Jodeci Freestyle,” Drizzy and main man J. Cole show that they’re both ready to take over the game, if they haven’t already that is. Given the lyrical content, we’re assuming this was recorded very recently (possibly after their show in NY?), which makes the song that much more impressive.

Similar to previous remixes of “Round of Applause” and “Tony Montana,” Drake decides to bring his Southern side out as he tacks a fresh verse onto “Versace,” a new single from Atlanta natives Migos. The final premiere comes from PARTYNEXTDOOR, the first signee to Drake’s October’s Very Own label. Drizzy feels right at home on this one as he lends a guest verse to the sultry, laidback tune.

Download all four songs for free, and be on the lookout for Nothing Was The Same, which will be in stores September 17th.

’Drake – The Motion Feat. Sampha’
’Drake – Jodeci Freestyle Feat. J. Cole’
’Migos – Versace Feat. Drake’
’PARTYNEXTDOOR – Over Here Feat. Drake’
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