Drake conveyed his two new tracks on Saturday, February, 29 that address parenthood, his Billboard diagram achievement. His new songs named “When to Say When” and “Chicago Freestyle,” which are combined into a solitary video.
The shooting was coordinated by Theo Skudra and was shot in Manhattan’s Diamond region and Drake’s old neighborhood of Toronto.
In “When to Say When,” Drake offers a touch of a report on where he’s at in his life and profession, boasting about bringing “a couple of Ws to the 6ix” and discusses the mother of his kid, Adonis.
He likewise helped us to remember his Billboard outlines rule (“Five hundred weeks, he fill the graphs with his torment”). He first kept going an incredible 431 weeks from 2009-2017; the second started in February of 2018 and proceeds to the most as of late dated diagram, which means his subsequent streak is at present at 109 weeks and tallying.
In “Chicago Freestyle,” Drake slides into the sort of romantic tale just a rap star can tell. Set to the sentimental piano and a quieted ensemble murmured by Giveon. Drake moves through visiting life and portrays his life out and about while attempting to invest quality energy with the Chicagoan object of his warmth. It’s quite difficult, and he describes that it is so hard to keep in contact with ladies he’s seen here.
Rather than discharging two separate recordings, he combined the new tracks into one: “When to Say When” gets a New York City scenery, while “Chicago Freestyle” begins at sunset in his local Toronto before he takes into a night off that matches up with the verses of the tune.