Drake Gets Inspired By Models On Semi-New Track “Paris Morton Music”

Becky Bain | July 12, 2010 12:15 pm

Drake guested on Rick Ross’ track “Aston Martin Music” from his forthcoming album Teflon Don, but his one verse apparently wasn’t enough for Drizzy—he had to record his own version with him taking over the mic. (Is he getting ego tips from Kanye or something?) The rapper took to his blog to post his take on Ross’ track, renaming it “Paris Morton Music” after the model. Did Drake give Ross a run for his money? Hear his altered tune below.

Drake – “Paris Morton Music”

Paris Morton Music – Drake by user7183165

Drake somehow manages to go from misogynistic (“I hate callin’ women bitches, but the bitches love it”) and then immediately becomes a sweetheart without skipping a beat, urging “all daughters to kiss their mothers… you’re never too grown up to miss and hug her.” A man of many emotions, that Drake.

Regardless, we personally prefer the original—no diss to Drake’s flow here, but the melody from Ross’ “Aston Martin Music”, as well as Chrisette Michele’s vocals, are missing from this rap-only track.

Whether or not you’re into the song, I think we can all agree on Drizzy’s muse—thanks to a quick Google image search, here’s the Paris Morton in question.

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Now that’s a woman who deserves her own song.

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