Drake Shows Mean Streak On ‘NWTS’ Track “Worst Behaviour”

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Drake is known for making rap music that is a tad bit on the softer side, and has even admitted to wanting to be the new Marvin Gaye. But on one song on his upcoming album, Drizzy shows a little bit of a mean streak on the track “Worst Behaviour.” MTV News recently caught up with the song’s producer DJ Dahi who spoke about his work on the project. Dahi, whose credits include Kendrick Lamar’s “Money Tree” and ScHoolboy Q’s “Sexting,” said Drake took an aggressively different approach to the record. “It’s dope because it’s different from what Drake has ever done to me I think, sonically,” said Dahi. “His pocket is different; his rap flow is kind of crazy on that one.”

In the song, Champagne Papi throws a figurative “fuck you” to all the people who doubted him. Dahi said Drake’s camp were in the market for a hard hitting track that the rap star could diversify his flow on. “He was tellin’ me that he needed something… that was going to be a different format for him,” Dahi revealed. “The process of him making the record was liberating, vindicating in some sense and it’s cool to a part of that.”

Check out the entire clip, below. Nothing Was The Same, hits stores September 24.