Drake dropped a brand new heater called "4 PM in Calabasas" produced by Vinylz, Allen Ritter and Frank Dukes on the latest episode of OVO Sound Radio. Hear it above.

The song, which also features Frank Dukes on vocals (could that be him doing what's supposed to sound like a sample in the background?), samples EPMD's classic 1988 track "You're a Customer."

The song's got some of the hardest bars we've heard Aubrey spit all year, especially since Views was so heavy on the pop/R&B tip. The Bad Boy references, the Total and SWV line, the shots at an "R&B nigga" he was being advised to take on the road for the Take Care tour before he picked Kendrick Lamar and A$AP Rocky instead. It's everything critics of his latest album were hoping for. After all, he did tell Zane Lowe he'd be dropping more heat for the summer. It's OVO SoundCloud SZN.

During the latest episode of OVO Sound Radio, which you can spin below, Drake had an hour-long mix to start the show, and besides playing dope shit like Kamaiyah and B-Legit, he also premiered a new Gucci Mane collab called "Back on Road," a slapping Wizkid record called "Like This," and a remix of Philly rapper Boone's "Pop a Perc" with French Montana and E-40. You can hear all of those below separately.

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