Drake's new album Scorpion fell on Friday, and it's not just full of memorable musical moments, but the lyrics are quoting AF. From truth bombs to childish revelations to "no emotions" to ready-made Instagram titles, the rapper lays out verses that you'll repeat for months, if not longer. Not only that, but in a typical Drake manner, the notoriously emotional rapper deepened, and the littlest lyrics on Drake's new album could only be his deepest.
In the wake of his feud with Pusha-T – who reacts to the diss track, "The Story of Adidon," in May, to which Drake finally Scorpion ̵
Drake may have kept mom in the last few months, but he has not responded to Scorpion and here are the most-cited lyrics of the record that fans will recite for decades
"I & # 39; m Upset "
On the second single of the album, which seems to be an answer to women who used it for his money over gloomy piano, Drake raps,
" But I'm blessed, I have just checking / hating me, never met me in person. "
In a track that takes on an otherwise confrontational tone, Drizzy finds a moment of gratitude and seems to shake off the haters who criticize him from afar without ever having met him.
In the opening track of the album, Drake reflects on the highs and lows of his life and career,
"House on both coasts, but I live in the charts / me I have tea with the stars and I swim with the sharks / And I see in the dark, was not that cold at the beginning / Think, my soul is drawn, there is a hole in my heart. "
Despite his success, it seems As if everyone had had their personal hardships
Following the revelation that he has a son on this track, the Mariah Carey's 1991 song "Emotions" Drake scans the contrast between his private life – fights and everything – and his public person, and he is too tired to save face. He wonders who will be there for him when the lights go out and the music ends in lines like this:
"I'm exhausted and drained / I can not even pretend / All these people take miles if you give them Give Inch / All those followers, but they follow me to the end / I guess I'll make it to the end and then I'll find out. "
" Nice for what "
This track, the samples Lauryn Hill's "ex-factor" is a celebration for strong women, and the video follows the example, with cameos of a number of female celebrities. In the second stanza, Drake raps
"This is a real one in your reflection / Without a sequel, without a mention."
At the same time, the rapper seems to call out the pressure that with Insta's validation culture of social media, while advocating the practice of self-love IRL, look in a mirror rather than a selfie camera.
"Is There Any More?"
When he enfolds the A-side of the album, Drake seizes some of his power, raping,
"I have my fate in my hands, never in doubt / If I do not I can do it with you. "
More to follow. ..