Drizzy’s latest single-perspective rap slow jam is hinged on yet another rough relationship. Because the Toronto native is more than comfortable making breakup music, the track fits right into the flow of IYRTITL.
That said, it would’ve been nice to hear him dip out from rapping/singing about love woes over a chopped-and-screwed instrumental and maybe step out of his comfort zone.
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