Drake Drops Two New Tracks, “Pop Style” Featuring Kanye West & Jay-Z and “One Dance” Featuring Wizkid and Kyla

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Views season is upon us as Drake announced a few months ago via his Beats 1 radio show that his forthcoming album “Views From The 6” would be dropping sometime in April. With the lead single “Summer Sixteen” ringing off across the world already, Drake took to the internet this morning to unveil two new tracks.

The first, “Pop Style,” is an ominous cut produced by Sevn Thomas and Frank Dukes. The track has a feature listed as The Throne, a nod to Kanye West and Jay-Z. Kanye adds a line alluding to his 2009 VMA run in with Taylor Swift while Jay-Z adds a simple 2 bars before falling back into the shadows.

The second track, “One Dance,” a dancehall track produced by Nineteen85 and Noah ’40’ Shebib samples Paleface and Kyla’s “Do You Mind.” Also featuring Wizkid, whose track “Ojuelegba” Drake jumped on last year along with Skepta for another dancehall-esque remix.

You can find both songs via iTunes HERE and HERE. Hit us on Twitter @SwaysUniverse and let us know what you think of both songs.


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