Drake has officially dropped the first song for his upcoming album For All The Dogs. “Slime You Out” has officially been released. The song features SZA. This is the first-ever collaboration between the artists.
On “Slime You Out” Drake starts off by expressing his thoughts on how some people want direction in a relationship rather than being in one for companionship.
“I feel like y’all don’t need love/You need somebody who could micro-manage you/You know what I’m sayin’? Tell you right from wrong,” he sings.
He then leads into questioning a woman’s choice in her next partner after him and calls her childish while he references Nickelodeon Choice Awards which is known for sliming its guests.
“I met the n—- you thought could replace/How were there even comparisons made?/Bitch, next time, I swear on my grandmother grave/I’m slimin’ you for them kid choices you made/Slimin’ you out, slimin’ you out, slimin’ you out,” he sings
SZA comes in after the first verse saying how she is not dealing with how men are treating her and she’s “got time” to speak on it.
“D—, these n—– got me so twisted/I done f— you so real, but play bitch on my line/I can feel what you spendin’/Got too much pride to let no burn n—- slime me out/Pull up, go right around, my night, got time/Let’s discuss all those lies about,” she sings.
Drake first teased that a song would be released this week from For All The Dogs during his Austin tour stop last weekend.
“I’m even going to say something tonight in Austin, Texas I haven’t said yet,” Drake said in a fan-captured video. “I know y’all excited to hear the album. I know it’s, like two weeks out. I’ma drop a song for y’all this week. Yeah, yeah. What a time, what a time. I appreciate y’all. Deeply, by the way, I do. It’s a lot of love in Texas.”
Listen to “Slime You Out” below: