Drake and Future Release New Single 'Used to This'

11/04/2016
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(Radio.com) Drake and Future have collaborated once again on a new track. The new song is called "Used to This" and they have released a video that finds the rap stars coaching a women's Mexico soccer team.


Future delivers the hook, "Mexicano, working like I'm Mexicano/ New persona, we're moving off of Ferragamo/Get the llama, I party with the real Madonna/ Beat the odds, do numbers and remain humble/ Drop top Porsches, I'm so used to this/ Smoking out the pound, I'm so used to this (uh)/ I know where I'm from and I got used to this (Lil Mexico)/ Mansion in the hills, I got used to this."

Drake gets a little sensitive in the end of his verse, "Tatted on me, but this s is deeper than the surface/ I'm with everyone that I was here with in the first place/ Making sure that they all good before they close the curtain."Read more here.

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