Drake thrilled fans over the weekend (February 29-March 1, 2020) by dropping an extended music video featuring two new tracks.
The hitmaker released When to Say When and Chicago Freestyle in one video late on Saturday (February 29, 2020) night, featuring footage from Brooklyn’s Marcy Projects and Manhattan’s Diamond district in New York, and Drake’s hometown Toronto, Canada.
When to Say When sees the star reference the mother of his son Adonis, French artist Sophie Brussaux, by saying, “Baby mama fluke, but I love her for who she is”.
He also refers to his impressive success on the U.S. Billboard charts, adding, “Five hundred weeks, I fill the charts with my pain”.
Meanwhile, Chicago Freestyle, which features British singer Sampha, sees the star, real name Aubrey Drake Graham, reflect on life on the road and how difficult it is to connect with his girlfriends in Chicago.
The release is Drake’s second of 2020, after he dropped a pair of tracks with Future, Life Is Good and Desires, back in January. The new release halts rumors the pair are working on a collaborative follow-up to their 2015 mixtape, What a Time to Be Alive.