BET Awards nominee (Best Male Hip Hop Artist, Best Collaboration) Drake has unleashed the first offering from his forthcoming sophomore LP Take Care in the form of the expletive-riddled joint “Dreams Money Can Buy.” Listen at your own risk, as it’s NSFW, after the jump!
Drizzy dropped his new jam via the site The Journey Through Law School. “A song that I felt the need to share. Not my single. Just a piece of my story. Hear me out though,” the Canadian rapper wrote.
“I got car money, fresh start money, I want Saudi money, I want art money,” Drake declares in the opening of the track. Later he announces that he’s “too busy,” ponders how he can get the border to issue him clearance to get into Paris given that his “latest girl” has some charges and points out that his favorite rappers are all dead.[wpaudio url="http://cdn.idolator.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/Drake-Dreams-Money-Can-Buy.mp3" text="Drake - Dreams Money Can Buy" dl="0"]
There’s not too much as far as a hook to this bare track — which samples “BTSTU” by entrancing UK singer-songwriter Jai Paul. So at least Drake made the right decision to not issue “Dreams Money Can Buy” as a single. Really, it’s passable album filler at best.
Are you feeling this first taste off Drake’s new album?