Young Money’s Drake has decided to put his own spin to the iconic gangster film, Scarface, by dropping his a verse to the remixed version of rapper Future‘s “Tony Montana.”
Lending his vocals to the Atlanta rapper’s record, Drizzy wastes no time in letting his thoughts be heard.
“N*ggas getting nervous/I’m passing out the valium/I suggest you pop it, but please don’t get to sleepy/you still have the b*tches twerking/up in 400 West Peach street,” he raps. “I swear young women are lost these days, but older women dig me/F*ckin’ women that knew Biggie so it really ain’t no biggie.” (“Tony Montana” Remix)
The track belongs to Future who is rumored to also be a ghostwriter.
The Atlanta-based rapper has been building his momentum to receive mainstream recognition for some time now and his Drake featured remix may be the key to the limelight. Future, who is rumored to be the ghost-writer behind rapper YC’s hit song “Racks” has been buzzing in the dirty South for the past year. In a smooth raspy voice, Future raps, “I take over the street/fresh off the banana boat/I come straight from the east/where n*ggas split your canteloupe.” (Global Grind)
Drake recently announced plans to drop a new single this month.
“The single’s dropping a week-and-a-half, two weeks. It’ll be fun. It’s going to be a blast,” Drake told FADER writer Judnick Mayard. “It’s great. I’m really excited about it. Just trying out different things, different sounds, different flows… We’re all in a really great place in our lives just as a team, the team’s coming together. 40’s doing really well. We’ve got new editions. We have this affiliation with The Weeknd. It’s really great. He’s on the album a bunch. I’m excited about it just for the people to hear the evolution of the music.” (The FADER)
Aside from a new record called “Trust Issues,” Drake put out his “Marvin’s Room” song in June.
Get excited, Drake fans. According to his website, his sophomore album, Take Care, is due out in October and we should be hearing the first single in July. And if that isn’t enough for y’all, he has also come through with a brand-new track called “Marvin’s Room.” It’s far less rap-heavy than “Dreams Money Can Buy” and instead features Drizzy throwing on his R&B sad-man/storyteller hat throughout the nearly six-minute-long track. The result is a pretty epic cut that includes a track-ending piano solo and producer Noah “40” Shebib’s trademark watery 808s. A single this is not, but I’ll be d*mned if it won’t make for a killer deep cut. (Prefix Mag)
Check out “Tony Montana” remix down below: