Drizzy gives us two new tracks paired with a visual.
Drake drops two new tracks via SoundCloud late Saturday night (February 29) feeding fans with new music and a new visual. The tracks are titled ‘When To Say When‘ and ‘Chicago Freestyle’. The track ‘Chicago Freestyle‘ feature an indie artist, Giveon singing on the hook, “2:30 baby, won’t you meet me by The Bean?/Too early, maybe later you can show me things.”
The additional track that was released ‘When To Say When’ is the highly anticipated track that Drake was spotted shooting a music video for in Marcy Projects in Brooklyn, New York in early February. The location was significant due to the June James-produced track sampling Jay-Z‘s ‘Song Cry‘ off his 2001 The Blueprint album.
The music video mashes both tracks for a complete visual featuring both of the new tracks. Directed by Theo Skudra, the 4 minute clip follows Drake through a scenic trip through New York City streets highlighting NYC’s iconic skyline, purchasing jewelry, to jetsetting to his hometown in Toronto at a luxe Japanese sushi bar with his crew. Watch the music video above + check out the new tracks in their entirety here.