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12 May 2016, 11:14
Drizzy may have a 'smash' on his hands.
Drake may have only just released his highly-anticipated new album ‘Views’ but he is already working on new music alongside French Montana.
While preparing for his upcoming SNL show in New York, Drizzy linked up with Montana to create a summer hit.
French shared a brief clip of the song on his Snapchat, which featured him bragging about being “all about the mula”, while Drake appears to start his verse with the lines “pump it up”.
Drizzy also showed off his famous 'Hotline Bling' dance moves in the studio.
There are rumours that Drake is planning to diss rapper Joe Budden, who was very critical of his new album ‘Views’.
His lyrics “pump it up” may be a reference to Budden’s 2003 hit of the same name.
However Budden has attempted to play down speculation.
Let’s not jump to conclusions Sir. https://t.co/j6pXeLmajE— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) May 11, 2016
The single appears to have gone down well behind-the-scenes, with video director SpiffTV describing the song as a “Smashhhhh”.
Its not currently clear where the new song will end up, however it is expected to be released very soon and may appear on French Montana’s upcoming album.
The pair previously collaborated on French Montana's 'Pop That' and Rick Ross' 'Stay Schemin'.