Kicking off with a little Aziz Ansari, “All Me” is a braggadocios dissertation over the down tempo, chopped and screwed operatic production from Key Wane. So far, “All Me” is better than “Started from the Bottom,” although the premise about the rise to success is the same. The rhymes from the trio are pretty healthy on this one even though 2 Chainz uses his umpteenth reference to a Mercedes Benz. Check for Big Sean’s iambic pentameter style flow change-up during his third verse appearance. Impressive from the Detroit native.
Drake’s “Nothing Was the Same” is due out on Sept. 17.
Along with his new website ovosound.com, Drake releases 4 new tracks. His upcoming album ‘Nothing Was The Same’ is in stores September 17th.