In which the the Toronto rapper buys people’s groceries, donates to a women’s shelter, and purchases new vehicles for deserving individuals.
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In which the Chicago MC raps about racism and references Joe Budden and The Sex Pistols.
Featuring Drake, Cardi B, Nicki Minaj, and Travis Scott, along with production from Kanye West, Pharrell, Metro Boomin, and more.
Taken from a project called Scary Hours.
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“If you don’t stop touching girls, I’m gonna come out there and fuck you up,” says Drizzy.
A copy recently hit the market for $160,000.