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Drake Drops New Bars On IG After Urging Spotify To Pay Bonuses To Artists



Drake might have new music coming soon. During his performance at the Apollo Theater, he suggested that a follow-up to Her Loss could arrive this year. However, he provided fans with a glimpse of what he was working on. The rapper took to Instagram where he shared a slew of new photos along with a lengthy caption that previewed unreleased bars.

“Introduced myself to consistency &we fell in love
Ever since then we’ve been stuck &can’t get enough
@ this rate the going rate to see the one they rate isn’t luck
Easy to see your hard work just ain’t hard enough because look @ them &look at us
I’m just an observer who has seen enough
My mouth is becoming like the doors I opened for you I should have kept it shut
Wish I could explain what happens in person to these guys acting tough
Basically I let them keep dreaming and make believing til i decide to wake them up”

Consistency is clearly on Drake’s mind heavily these days. This week, Spotify revealed Drake as the first artist to surpass 75 billion streams on its platform. Though a historical milestone in Drizzy’s career, he doesn’t seem keen on receiving more accolades but instead, a bonus. He shared a statement explaining that platforms like Spotify should reward artists who rake in massive streams with cash incentives for streaming achievements.

“We should get bonuses like athletes to motivate the future artists to be consistent and competitive,” he captioned the post. “So feel free to send me a LeBron-sized [cheque]. I have enough dinner plates @spotify,” he added. The rapper previously shared a video of himself eating pasta out of a Spotify plaque after “In My Feelings” hit 1B streams.

Besides his streaming achievements, Drake will be hitting the road this year alongside 21 Savage. Tour dates leaked online but the two artists have not formally announced the tour. Hopefully, that information comes soon, as well as new music from both artists. Check out Drake’s latest post below. Is Drake the most consistent artist right now? Let us know in the comment section.



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