Drake Performs Another New Song From 'More Life'

02-02-2017
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(Radio.com) As Drake makes his way through his Boy Meets World tour, his fans are getting previews of his next project, More Life. The rapper played a new song Tuesday (Jan. 31) in London, and a fan caught the moment.

You can hear lines like, 'And I still got love for the West End" and 'We don't need to hear about a next man." Earlier this week, Drake gave another sneak peek of his upcoming project, playing a song that features London rapper Giggs during a show in Amsterdam. A few days later, Giggs was his special guest at one of the London shows.

During the Amsterdam performance, Drizzy hinted at when fans can expect his next release. 'I know we got three more shows in Amsterdam right? But the best part about that is if you coming back to any more shows, 'More Life' is going to be out, we can just do some whole new s, you know what I'm saying. I love y'all for being patient with me and holding me down this week. It meant a lot," he said. Read more and check out the clip here.

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