The Biggest Bombshells Drake Drops on His New Album

Emmett Rice
June 29, 2018

On a pair of tracks off his just-released album Scorpion, he opens up about his paternity. On the song "Emotionless" he says, "I wasn't hiding my child from the world".

Meanwhile, this comes after Pusha T accused Drake of hiding a secret son as he rapped on "The Story Of Adinon": "You are hiding a child, let that boy come home, deadbeat motherf***er".

The long-awaited new album by Drake has arrived. New buzz and speculation have developed surrounding Drizzy's "Don't Matter To Me" collaboration.

"In fact, he has been financially supporting [Brussaux] before and after her pregnancy", the source continued, adding that Drake did plan to take a DNA test to determine whether or not he is the father of Brussaux's son. We're hoping to get more details soon.

The website's sources also claim it's similar to the 2014 Jackson song, Love Never Felt So Good that was turned into a duet with Justin Timberlake.

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Paul Anka is listed as a co-writer of the track - Anka and Jackson collaborated in the early 1980s.

Considering Drake's last record More Life came out only a year ago, that's no mean feat.

Jackson is not the only special guest on "Scorpion". "I used to challenge my parents on every album". Rap mega-star Jay-Z lends rhymes on "Talk Up" that denounce President Donald Trump - a rare political display for a song by Drake, who while making clear his disdain for Trump has largely preferred apolitical, crowd-pleasing rhythms.

The G.O.O.D Music president had panned the rapper for allegedly failing to acknowledge his child with a former adult film star.

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