Here’s Everything That Happened On Drake’s Birthday Episode Of OVO Sound Radio

Drizzy premiered three new songs from his More Life project, dropping in December. 🎈

October 23, 2016

Drake hosted tonight's episode of OVO Sound Radio in honor of his 30th birthday tomorrow. At the top of the show, Drake announced that he'll be dropping a "playlist project" called More Life in December, which will feature original material from him and the OVO family. Later on, Drizzy premiered three new tracks from More Life called "Two Birds One Stone," "Sneakin'" featuring 21 Savage, and "Fake Love." During the rest of his mix, Drake also debuted new Roy Wood$, P Reign, and Popcaan. Read our minute by minute recap of the whole show below.

(Update 6:09 p.m.): Drake comes on air live from L.A., announces a new playlist project called More Life coming in December.

After outlining the rough details for his More Life "playlist project," Drake promises new music coming on this episode of OVO Sound.

(Update 7:18 p.m.): Drake premieres a new Roy Wood$ song, "Just Like That Part 2," and a P Reign track entitled "Imma Come Up, Imma Be Rich Soon"
(Update 7:20 p.m.): After shouting his collaborator out, Drake shares an exclusive new Popcaan track.

Drizzy promises, "Soon drop."

(Update 7:24 p.m.): Drake announces that he'll be playing four new songs — including three originals that will be on More Life.

Entering the next section of his mix, Drake lays out the next four songs he'll play. The first called "Two Birds One Stone" will appear on his More Life playlist dropping in December. The second is a remix of London rapper Santan Dave's "Wanna Know." The next two are more new More Life tracks, one called "Sneakin'" featuring 21 Savage and the other entitled "Fake Love."

On "Two Birds One Stone," Drake raps, "You were the Man on the Moon, now you just go through your phases." Fans are saying that the lyric is about Kid Cudi, who Drake previously called out during his Summer Sixteen show in Tampa. Earlier this month, Kid Cudi checked himself into rehab for "depression and suicidal urges."


The FADER has reached out to representatives for Kid Cudi for comment.

(Update 7:40 p.m.): The second half of Drake's mix with all new material is now repeating.
(Update 8:00 p.m.): The show closes out with "Fake Love" playing for the second time. Oliver El-Khatib will apparently not be providing a mix for this episode.
Here’s Everything That Happened On Drake’s Birthday Episode Of OVO Sound Radio