Drake is prepping for his new album Nothing Was The Same with the release of the record's second single All Me, featuring 2 Chainz and Big Sean.
The Key Wane-produced song finds a very confident Drake touting his self-made status over the minimalist beat.
"I came up, that's all me/ Stay true, that's all me/ No help, that's all me," Drake rap and sings on the chorus.
2 Chainz and Big Sean assist the Canadian rapper on the new song, with Sean stealing the show via an impressive flow and clever lyrics.
"I got way too much on my mental / I learn from what I've been through / I'm finna do what I didn't do / and still waking up like the rest do / it's not complicated, it's simple," Sean raps.
Drake isn't too shabby on the record either, showcasing his own brand of wordplay.
"Ya'll keep talking 'bout who next' / But I'm about how big as it gets / I swear ya'll wastin' ya'll breath, I'm the light skinned Keith Sweat / I'mma make it last forever / It's not your turn 'cause I ain't done yet / Look, just understand that I'm on a roll like Cottonelle," he raps.
The 26-year-old is definitely on a roll after winning the 2013 Grammy award for Best Rap Album. But Drake's success has come at a price. Rumors claimed the Toronto native has distanced himself from his Young Money Record Labe,l as he's achieved more fame. During an appearance on New York's Hot 97 radio station on July 29, Nicki Minaj spoke about what many perceived as subliminal shots Drake took at his peers who have been requesting his services on their songs, including those who are part of his Young Money crew.
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"When you are in a place where Drake is, which is everybody is asking him for a hook or a feature, it is what it is," Minaj told host Funkmaster Flex. "He's speaking the truth. Whether he's taking that as a compliment or not, I don't know. He's speaking the truth and I think he's speaking about every damn body. I'm not exempt from that and neither is anyone else."
But Drake recently discredited the rumors when he made a surprise appearance at Lil Wayne's America's Most Wanted Music Festival show at the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center in Buffalo, New York on July 30.