Drake debuted a new song titled "Too Much" last night (Sept. 13), during an appearance on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon."
Posting the live performance to his official page at OctobersVeryOwn.blogspot.ca on Sept. 14, the song is the latest track to be unveiled from the Canuck superstar rapper's upcoming album "Nothing Was the Same" and features Sampha on accompanying lead vocals and piano.
Powered by a slow percussive groove, Sampha's soulfully delivered laid back vocal intro, which acts as the chorus in the song, is juxtaposed against Drake's intense rap during the verse, which Drizzy fires off in machine gun bursts, rapping emotionally personal lines such as, "My uncle used to have all these things on his bucket list / And now he's acting like, 'Oh well, this is life, I guess,' / Nah, f**k that shit / Listen, man, you could still do what you want to do."
The 26-year old Toronto native introduced the number with a nod to his loved ones, saying, "Before I do this song, I just want to say to my friends and family, I want the best for everybody and I love you all."
Fans can check out the video clip at OctobersVeryOwn.blogspot.ca.
"Nothing was the Same" hits shelves Sept. 24.
Drake's Would You Like a Tour? Canadian leg begins Sept. 27 in Vancouver, BC at Rogers Arena and winds up Oct. 22 in Ottawa, ON at Scotiabank Place..
See Drake’s OctobersVeryOwn.blogspot.ca for more details.
Did you know? Drake's Grammy winning 2011 studio album "Take Care," recently earned RIAA multi-platinum status for sales exceeding 4.5 million units in the U.S.