Drake just keeps on rolling.
Just two weeks after releasing his “What a Time To Be Alive” collaborative mixtape with Future, the Toronto native has released another new song — this time with Beyonce.
On Saturday’s episode of his OVO Sound radio show which is featured on Apple Music’s Beats 1, the rapper released “Can I,” a song that hosts Drake rapping around a Beyonce sample.
The song was originally teased in May, but while the internet thirsted for more, not a word was publicly said about the song until Saturday.
Drake previously worked with Beyonce for one of her songs in 2013 called “Mine.” There is no official word of whether or not “Can I” will be featured on Drake’s upcoming album “Views From the 6,” but one would certainly think it would have a part. It’s not everyday that Drake and Beyonce work together — it’s a special occasion.
Interestingly enough, Drake, who has been a staple of Apple Music, premiered the song with Beyonce on his show. Beyonce is obviously a devout supporter of her husband Jay Z’s Tidal streaming service. It’s fair to say the two services are rivals, and Drake originally was in talks with Tidal before joining Apple Music.
Drake has been consistently releasing new music on his bi-weekly radio show since it kicked off this past summer. The rapper has had a massive year. From Apple Music, to winning his Meek Mill beef, and eclipsing 100 hits on the Billboard Hot 100.
If he releases “Views From The 6” it would be the finishing touch, and “Can I” might be the first step.
Listen to the song below:
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