Drake is breaking his silence on his beef with Kanye West and Pusha-T.
During an interview for HBO’s sports talk show “The Shop,” the Canadian rapper sat down with LeBron James and his business partner Maverick Carter for a candid conversation, in which he addressed his highly-publicized feud with Pusha and rift with West. Carter brought up Drake’s recording sessions with Kanye, during which he disclosed details about his “secret” son and Scorpion release.
“I ended up linking with ‘Ye and he sold me on this whole speech of like, I’m in a great place, I’m making money, I’m a father, and I wanna be Quincy Jones and help you, but in order to do that you gotta be transparent with me, and you gotta play me your music, and you gotta tell me when you’re dropping,” said Drake. “I was in the studio. We all kinda felt a genuine vibe from it. I played him my music. And I told him when I was dropping.”
He said he was about 60 percent done with Scorpion at the time. Kanye played him the beat for “Lift Yourself” and offered to give it to him. “I was hype. I started writing to it. And then he was like, ‘Yo, you gotta come to Wyoming.’ [Producer] 40 went to Wyoming early. He was like, ‘Man, I’m here a day early. Something’s off. This guy’s working on an album.’ And I was like, ‘For real?’ He just told me he wanted to give me beats. He said he wasn’t dropping until like October or November. It’s all good. Let’s just see what it’s about. So I went and ended up pretty much spending the majority of my time working on his music, just tryna cook up ideas for him. Just trying to lend a helping hand. I spent all my time pretty much working on his stuff. I left Wyoming and I was like, ‘We left with ‘Lift Yourself’ and a pat on the back.’ I’ll try and make the most of this and hopefully he sends some other things through.”
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