No One Can Accuse Drake of "Hiding a Son" Anymore

Tanya Cunningham
June 30, 2018

However, while his last name may be Graham, just like Drake's, that information can not be confirmed.

New reports claim the 6 God's Scorpion album is racking up millions of hourly streams.

The rap side kicks off with "Survival". His fire-emoji-worthy delivery makes it the best track on the record. The rapper had been rumored to have fathered a child with adult film actress Sophie Brussaux, a rumor that got huge play when rival rapper Pusha T mentioned it on his anti-Drake diss track "The Story of Adidon." . Drake then seemingly addresses his relationship with his son's mother by referencing Michael Jackson's hit "Billie Jean" in the song "March 14".

Let's get into some tea leaf-reading territory. There are some lyrical high points, though. On "Is There More", though, he hints at going independent after Scorpion: "Soon as this album drops, I'm outta the deal". And on "Can't Take a Joke", Champagne Papi tackles life as a celebrity on Instagram: "Back and forth to Italy / My comment section killin' me".

"Single father, I hate when I hear it", he continues. On "Survival", he touches on it yet again by saying, "I'm pretty sure we got a label, I'm still independent".


"There was apprehension when we got together [because] you want to know people and you want to like them", he said. Instead, it just sounds jumbled.

It had been reported over a year ago that Brussaux had hired lawyers to prove paternity and seek child support from Drake - who she alleges asked her to have an abortion.

A few months after Jackson's death in 2009, however, Sony unveiled This Is It, a reworked version of the tune I Never Heard that he'd co-written with Anka.

Almost a decade after his death, Jackson makes a guest appearance in Don't Matter To Me, a track which compliments the vocal styles of the two, and features Jackson's distinct voice on the chorus. Some of the vocals recorded during the sessions ended up on two of Jackson's posthumous songs, "This is It" and "Love Never Felt So Good". "Two times, and both times were nothing like the new times", he raps.

Definitely a good song though. As the king of streaming, Drake should realize that sometimes less is more.

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