Drake released on Tuesday the latest single, Hold on We're Going Home, from his upcoming album Nothing Was the Same.
The disco-infused song is Drake's ode to a love interest and he shares his infatuation on the track's mid-tempo instrumental.
"I got my eyes on you /You're everything that I see / I want your high loving emotion / And lastly, I can't get over you / You left your mark on me / I want your high loving emotion endlessly," Drake sings.
Hold on We're Going Home is the third single from Nothing Was the Same, which is slated to be released on Sept. 17. The album's second single, All Me featuring 2 Chainz and Big Sean, hit the web on Aug. 1. The latest release from the album showcases Drake's vocals as a singer and is void of any rapping from the 26-year-old.
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However, the Toronto native rapped and sang on Monday night at the launch of his OVO Fest tour in his hometown. Drake was joined on stage by hip-hop's biggest stars, past and present - including 90s girl group TLC, Bad Boy Records album Ma$e and its CEO Diddy - along with contemporary rap stars such as A$AP Rocky, Wale and J. Cole. The most momentous cameo of the night came from Kanye West, who praised Drake for his success
Drake once against put rumors to rest about tensions within his Young Money camp by performing HYFR and Love Me with Lil Wayne.
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"I'm glad to be a piece of this puzzle," Wayne told the audience at the show.
Drake also reiterated his allegiance to his YMCM crew.
"If there was paperwork...if I could write that s**t in blood, I would." he said. "Young Money is forever. Wayne is forever. This man here is the reason you can feel proud as a city. This man right here is the reason for Drake. Make some noise for the best rapper alive."