Drake Has “Trust Issues” On New Track
Drake’s generous streak continues as he follows up recent free tracks “Marvin’s Room” and “Dreams Money Can Buy” with “Trust Issues.” Listen to Drake lament more of his problems with women below.
Slow jam “Trust Issues” kicks off with a few lines from Drake’s bit in DJ Khaled’s “I’m On One” before he launches into the trust issues he’s having on the somber, introspective track.
“You know what I’m sippin’, I’ll teach you how to mix it / but you’re the only one, because I don’t trust these bitches,” Drizzy rap-sings on “Trust Issues.”
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“Did my own little thing using some other thing I did. You know,” the Canadian wordsmith wrote on his blog October’s Very Own, where he posted the song for free.
Drake tweeted two weeks ago that the first official single off his forthcoming LP Take Care would arrive in July, while the album itself is scheduled for an October release date. Of course, we have our own trust issues with that, given that the upcoming album from Drake’s Young Money chief Lil Wayne keeps getting pushed back.
So, as with the case of Tha Carter IV, Drizzy, we’ll believe Take Care is dropping in October when we see it!