Drake just dropped three new songs, two of them collaboration with Justin Bieber and Gucci Mane. The Canadian singer tied-up with fellow native Justin Bieber for a remix of his chart-topping hit “One Dance.”
Drake, who is soaring in Billboard Hot 100 charts for his new songs under the “Views from the 6 album,” released the remix in an episode of OVO Sound Radio last weekend.
The One Dance remix is now available for streaming via SoundCloud and at the YouTube channel of OVO Sound, but it is still not complete yet.
Billboard clarified that the track is not yet available in iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music and TIDAL.
Last week, it can be recalled that reports dropped hints that the Canadian singers will be releasing collaboration for “One Dance” when a Snapchat video showed Justin Bieber singing the hit song in a bar.
The video was taken from a Formula 1 party in Monaco where partygoers can be seen dancing to the beats of Justin Bieber’s One Dance remix.
The singer paused from his “Purpose” world tour to also drop his collaboration with Major Lazer for his song “Cold Water.”
Aside from Drake and Justin Bieber’s tie-up for One Dance remix, he also did a collaboration with Gucci Mane for “Back on the Road.”
Justin Bieber’s take Drake’s One Dance started out with the usual backing track and chorus and the hook by Kyla, Bustle said in a report.
However, the Baby singer inserted his own lyrics for the song with the lines, “Celebrate life with me babe / Don’t be in a rush to go now” and “Skin so soft, hands on my face to be directed / And you’re all that I can see.”
This was not the first time Justin Bieber and Drake had partnered for a song. In 2011, the “Love Yourself” hit maker had a remix for Drake’s “Trust Issues” under his album “Take Care.”
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