Drake's latest music drop, "Scary Hours 3," is stirring up some buzz with its unexpected shout-outs to Taylor Swift and Kanye West.
In the track "Red Button," Drake, also known as Aubrey Graham, gives a nod to Swift, calling her the only artist he really respects and even suggests he delayed his album because of her.
Then, he switches gears to Kanye West, reflecting on their rocky history. He raps about how every time Kanye called a truce, it got to his head, making him think they were finally going to patch things up.
This all comes against the backdrop of some famous feuds. Remember Kanye's infamous interruption of Taylor Swift at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2009? And Drake's on-and-off beef with Kanye since 2009 has been a constant in their careers.
Earlier this year, Drake seemed to reignite things with "Search & Rescue," sampling a chat between Kanye's ex, Kim Kardashian, and Kris Jenner.
But it's not all drama in "Scary Hours 3." The Independent's music editor praised the EP for showing some love to the women in Drake's life, balancing out his previous album's negative vibes towards women.
So, it looks like Drake's mixing things up, throwing in some respect with the rivalry.