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The Canadian MC was careful to point out that his dubby, Jai Paul-sampling song is not his single, just something he "felt the need to share," accompanying the message with an image reading, "This is a story of dreams mixed with reality."
"A song that I felt the need to share. Not my single. Just a piece of my story. Hear me out though," Drake wrote, with a link to download the melodic, dark-tinged Noah "40" Shebib production.
Over U.K. singer Jai Paul's "Don't f--- with me, don't f--- with me" refrain, from his song 'BTSTU' Drake laments the state of his beloved hip-hop game, claiming that his favorite MC's have either died or fallen off.
"I feel like lately it went from top five to remaining five/ My favorite rappers either lost it or they ain't alive," Drizzy spits. "And they tryna bring us down, me, Weezy and Stunna/ We stayed up, Christmas lights in the middle of summer."
Quick to clarify that the line is not a Jay-Z diss, Drake tweeted, "Hov diss? Hov of all people has not lost it...that's god body flow."
In addition to 'Dreams Money Can Buy,' Drake recently announced that he was in the studio with new artist the Weeknd, whom he introduced to his fans via Twitter, back in March.
'Take Care,' Drake's follow-up to his platinum-selling debut, 'Thank Me Later,' is scheduled for a fall release.
Watch Drake's 'Dreams Money Can Buy'