On Pusha's album "Daytona", he brought up all Drake's ghostwriting drama.
Drake recently feuded with rapper Pusha T, who accused him of hiding a son named Adonis. On that song, Drake raps, with more regret that excitement, about learning that he really is the kid's father. "I've had real Philly n*ggas try to write my endin'", which reads as a clear reference to Meek. In another track, "March 14", he also talks about the son. The story seemed to disappear though after Drake's rep quickly shut the allegations down.
He also revealed on the song that his son's birthday is October 11, a number which he also has tattooed on his body.
"From empty souls who just wake up and look to debate / until you staring at your seed, you can never relate".
And on the track "March 14", he pays homage to Michael Jackson's track "Billie Jean" by describing his relationship with Brussaux while referencing his mother, Sandi Graham. "After Dark" features an unreleased track from Louisville artist and prooducer Static Major, who died in 2008, and the end of "Is there More" singer Nai Palm interpolates Aaliyah's 2001 single, "More Than a Woman".
Credited elsewhere on the album are Nicki Minaj, Future and Paul Anka, the 76-year-old crooner known for classics like "Puppy Love" and "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" and a longtime collaborator of Jackson's. Probably, Drake will not have to worry about being plagiarized in too many mother's day cards this year.
"Breakin" news in my life I don't run to the blogs/ The only ones I wanna tell are the ones I can call'. The spirit of Drake's big pop moment, Hold On, is elsewhere reprised on In My Feelings, a duet with Magnolia Shorty (a prodigy of Lil Wayne's NewOrleans Cash Money Records).
Below are the photos and caption used to describe her masterpiece: "First attempt at rock chiseling, I don't think I posted the final results, even though it's always a work in progress".