Drake's new project More Life - playlist, mix tape or whatever the hell you want to call it - arrived earlier today for your streaming pleasure across Apple Music, Spotify and Tidal

"This project is a celebration of the fact that we're still going," he said of the album, which is nice and all, but the real meaty lyrical matter concerns Drake's former squeeze Jennifer Lopez.  

Late last year, Drake and J-Lo danced up sexily on one-another and shared lovey-dovey Instagram posts, and although sources say their relationship has "cooled off" since then, certain lyrics on More Life suggest his thirst is still very real. 

The opening track 'Free Smoke' features the line "I drunk text J-Lo / Old number so it bounce back / Boi-1da got the bounce back," suggesting that J-Lo has iced him out since last year.  

His continuing J-Lo thirst is also evident on 'Teenage Fever', on which he sings a classic Drake sad boy interpretation on her '90s hit 'If You Had My Love'.  

The Tidal version of More Love comes with an explanatory note, saying:

"More life / More time with family and friends. More life / I've still got vibrations to send / More life / They say that we could live forever / At night I pray it's true / I've done so much in my short time and still there' s more to do / But if someone should come collecting / Sooner than we’re all expecting / At least the life you lived was one for you."

J-Lo has yet to comment.

Source: E! Online.
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