Aubrey graham dating nicki minaj
On moody slow jam "Fire And Desire," Drake signals an ex-ref with an extremely subtle and classy musical clue, sampling the Brandy track, "I Dedicate (Pt.
1)" The song is addressed to a lady who's already got someone, with lines like "Throwin' dirt on my old name" and "Me I'm movin' quiet, all the things we're tryin'/Let's just keep it private." I have no idea who this one could be about, unless his crush on Minaj has come back with a vengeance. Just as in Drake once sung “We live in a generation of not being in love and not being together” (see: "Doing It Wrong"), Views is first and foremost a tribute to being single and having a whole lot of exes.
Drake is 29-years-old, handsome, and probably allergic to lasting relationships. Does he date purely to collect new material for his songs? He and I have chemistry just from me listening to his album, OK.) Perhaps a little of all of the above, because the new Drake album Views wouldn't be a signature Aubrey Graham production without a whole lot of shoutouts to old flames. “And it’s all because you chose a side / You're supposed to put your pride aside and ride for me / Guess it wasn't time / And of course you went and chose a side that wasn't mine,” he sings at the bridge.
Which means the obvious: he's dated a whole lot of women. Or does he really have chemistry with that many women? Obviously, you could insert any ex here, but I'm going to assume this one could be about non-ex Nicki Minaj, because of the very public feud Drake and Minaj's new boyfriend rapper Meek Mill had last year.