Aubrey Drake Graham is a mainstream Canadian rapper, artist, lyricist, record maker, entertainer, and businessman. Drake had earned acknowledgment as an on-screen character on the teenager show TV arrangement ‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’ in the mid-2000s.
Way back in early July 2018, Drake released a “freestyle” on the UK rap channel Link Up TV as an element of the promotional campaign for his fifth studio album ‘Scorpion’. Titled “Behind Barz,” the verse identically was a “freestyle” that many of today’s most basic radio features are—a rapper comes in with a few bars of a song that he has been working on, performing them over a beat cued up by the DJ.
Presently, Drake is back again with an official recording of his “Behind Barz” freestyle.
Drake has just released the official version of his latest track “Behind Barz” and it features as a bonus track on the soundtrack of Netflix‘s Top Boy series, which is now available to watch on the streaming platform.
The track is featured on the soundtrack for the new Netflix series ‘Top Boy’, which tells the story of two two drug dealers through their day-to-day struggles hustling on the streets of London.
Much like his original radio verse, the track finds Drake putting on a phony grime accent, rapping about “Saigon chit-chat” and making reference to Big Shaq’s viral grime parody “Man’s Not Hot.” “Staying in big six-six with woes / Man start dissin’ and doin’ reposts / They do anything except road / Still can’t see them after it snows,” Drake raps in the opening verse.
Drake’s fifth studio collection ‘Scorpion’released in June 2018 including a significant number of his singles, for example, “God’s Plan,” “Nice for What,” “I’m Upset,” “Don’t Matter to Me,” “In My Feelings,” “Nonstop,” and “Mob Ties.” Later a month ago, he likewise released a video for his new single “Money in the Grave” highlighting Rick Ross.