Drake Continues To Prove His Classy-Dude Bona Fides On New Track
"Don't fuck with me, don't fuck with me," goes the sweet, sing-song Jai Paul sample opening Drake's "Dreams Money Can Buy," which is apparently the opening track on the former Degrassi star's forthcoming album Take Care. That phrase sets the tone for the rest of the song, in which Drake's attitudes toward life seem to be based on caricatures of overly self-impressed Wall Street guys: "I want women to cry and pour out they heart for me/ And tell me how much they hate it when they apart from me/ Yeah, and lately I do bitches the meanest/ Tell 'em I love 'em and don't ever mean it/ We go on dates, I'll send a Maybach out to neighborhoods ain't never seen it/ That shit is dangerous, but it's so convenient, I ain't lyin'." Romantically duplicitous and snobby--but he's still oh so cute! What a catch, ladies, am I right? Stream after the jump.
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