Drake Also Dropped Two More New Tracks, “Right Hand” And “Hotline Bling”

But wait, there was more new music on Beats 1 on Saturday night (July 25).

Remaining an ever well-rounded artist, Drake dropped two more tracks in addition to his Meek Mill response, “Charged Up.” You know, for those of you that have been laying off the beef.

The West Coast-inspired “Right Hand” has the makings of a end-of-summer anthem. Produced by Vinylz, the track gives a shoutout to his main chick, vowing that “these streets just don’t love you like I do.” Complete with a bounce that would make YG twist his fingaz, Drake weaves in and out of a melodic bars with a catchy hook that will easily be committed to memory.  On yet another release, “Hotline Bling,” Drake enlists a sample of D.R.A.M.’s “Cha Cha” for a serenade to a special lady friend that frequents his call log.

READ: Is This A Response To Meek Mill? Drake Drops New Bars On “Charged Up”

Press play on these two new tracks, and allow Drizzy to dominate your playlists:

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