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Report: Drake dropping new collabo with Future and Young Thug on Friday

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Drake has a long history of recording with Future and Young Thug, and reportedly the trio is dropping a new collabo on Friday.

The three rappers are releasing the single “Too Sexy,” according to DJ Akademiks, who posted an Instagram clip that appears to show them in a studio shooting a video, while decked out in all white.

Last year, they dropped the “D4L” from Drake’s Dark Lane Demo Tapes mixtape. Young Thug also joined Drake and Gunna on “Solid” in 2021.

Future has recorded numerous songs with the Champagne Papi, including their RIAA nine-times Platinum “Life Is Good,” from his 2020 High Off Life album. In 2015, they united for the 11-track What a Time to Be Alive mixtape, featuring the quadruple-Platinum single, “Jumpman.”

It’s rumored that Kanye West will drop his long-delayed DONDA album Friday, so a Drake release on the same day would be his latest salvo in their ongoing feud.

As previously reported, fans believe that the beef was reignited Friday, after Trippie Redd dropped his song “Betrayal,” which features the Toronto native. On the track, Drake sings, “All these fools I’m beefin’ that I barely know / Forty-five, forty-four (Burned out), let it go / Ye ain’t changin’ s*** for me, it’s set in stone.”

Kanye responded with a posted-and-deleted Instagram captured by TMZ, in which he shared the supposed location of Drake’s Toronto, Ontario property.

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