Exactly 24 hours after promising new music, last week Friday, Canadian rapper Drake released a new song and video titled “Nice for What”.
With this record, the rapper celebrates financially, mentally and emotionally independent women who go hard for themselves and against the odd, strive to achieve success. “Work at 8 AM, finish around five, Hoes talk down, you don’t see them outside. Yeah, they don’t even be the same offline. You know the dark days, you know hard times, doing overtime for the last month”, he rapped in praise of hard-working women.
To complement the theme of the song, the video features cameos from female heavyweights in Hollywood including; Tifanny Haddish, Issa Rae, Black Panther star Letitia Wright, Tracee Ellis Ross, and many more.
Here are some reactions the song/video has since been receiving.
Drake made a song about fly women doing their own thing, with fly independent women in the video, directed by a fly independent woman over a beat sampling Lauryn Hill’s “Ex-Factor”
This is basically Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies” as a rap song
— the “drumz” is silent (@JoeyDrumzSA) April 7, 2018
Drake’s news song has cleared my skin, watered my crops, filed my taxes and cured my illness. pic.twitter.com/VJrU5PuQ6u
— Daniel Calderon (@Dan_soy23) April 7, 2018
Looking at all the beautiful black women in this Drake video like pic.twitter.com/nj9Ir62HiJ
— You’re moving mad (@BigGucci_Idz) April 7, 2018
New drake music means new lyrics to text females and try to get out the friendzone.
— Trapa Fasa (@trapafasa) April 7, 2018
Drake did not drop a single, he dropped a MOOD
— Momo (@NoItsMomo) April 7, 2018
Nice for What is Drake’s first solo release since his recently released Scary Hours EP featuring the record-breaking “God’s Plan”.
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