On SaturdayDrakedroppedhis "playlist project"More Lifeon OVO radio.It's really more of an album—his first sincelast spring'sViews—which makes it exciting enough.But it also dropped about a month after reports came out that he andJ.Lohadparted ways,and she shows up several times on the tracks.
Although they nevertechnicallyannounced they were dating,more than a fewcouple-y Instagramsandprom appearancevids indicated that the two were cozy,andMore Lifeis evidence that she had a special place in his heart—whatever that place was exactly.
The first track,"Free Smoke," contains the most blatant J.Lo reference in the album: "I drunk text J.Lo / Old numbers so I bounce back / Boy Wonder gotta bounce back."
Sounds like not even Drake is immune to those momentswhen your drunk self takes control of your phone.But she's nowdating former baseball player Alex Rodriguez,so maybe J.Lo changed her number for a reason.Take the hint,Drake: Girl has clearly moved on.
Judging by the rest of the tracks,it seems like Drake is making his best efforts to do exactly that.In "Get It Together," which the couple collaborated on,up-and-coming British artist Jorja Smith provides the vocals we heard J.Lo singing ina leaked videolast year.
But that doesn't mean we don't get a little of actual J.Lo's voice on the album.In "Teenage Feve," Drake samples the chorus of her 1999 hit "If You Had My Love." (Orhashe moved on?)
Whatever exactly came of J.Lo and Drake's brief fling,she's clearly inspired him professionally.Her current number may no longer be in his contacts,but their relationship's now immortalized in his music.
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