It looks like we could be receiving new music from Drake imminently. With the rapper less than a month away from the launch of the It’s All A Blur tour with 21 Savage, the Canadian star has hinted at the release of some new music. Some feel like it could be coming in the form of Scary Hours 3, especially after the release “Search And Rescue” and the official debut of “At The Gates” ft. Lil Uzi Vert. However, he hasn’t indicated if we’d have any new music for the summer.
Fortunately, it appears that he could be readying an epic feature run this summer, beginning with a new collaboration alongside J Hus. At least, that’s what he led fans to believe on Wednesday night. The Canadian rapper’s support for the British-Gambian star has been well documented, as he brought Hus out on stage on the Assassination Vacation tour immediately after his release from jail. However, with J Hus in album mode, Drake suggested that he and the UK rapper have some heat dropping tonight.
Drake Teases J Hus Collaboration
Rumors of their collaborations began to bubble after J Hus debuted a snippet of the vibrant Afroswing bop on his Instagram page this week. However, shortly after, Drake shared the snippet on his Instagram Story, writing, “@theuglygram trouble is there tmrw.” It didn’t take long for the rumors to begin flying online that Drake would appear on the record rumored to be titled “Who Told You.” Although he hasn’t confirmed whether that’s the case, it wouldn’t be surprising if the two linked up for the 2023 song of the summer.
In the past few weeks, J Hus has been gearing up for the release of his upcoming project, which fans believe will be titled Don’t Say Militancy. Earlier this year, Hus unveiled his first single in four years, “It’s Crazy.” In 2019, he released his project, Big Conspiracy, boasting features with Burna Boy and Koffee. If rumors of his Drake collaboration are true, then we could certainly expect J Hus to be everywhere this summer. Check out Drake’s post above and sound off with your thoughts in the comment section below.