The fandom captured by the Canadian rapper is prodigious, and the lengths he goes for making them content is admirable. He has a family-led approach with his “Army” a.k.a “Team Drizzy”, who he considers as the supporting pillars and the sole reason for his laurels.
‘Nice For What’ is the fifth studio song from his album “Scorpion”, which was released by Young Money Entertainment and Cash Money Records. It is Drake’s own version of mini-Beyonce single which is built on looping, sped-up lyrics which features a New Orleans bounce remix of Lauryn Hill’s “Ex-Factor”!
The success is astounding as it broke previous notable records alongside making Drake the baton bearer, as he passes Michael Jackson for the second most career weeks logged at No.1 among solo males (38 vs 37) in the chart’s 59 year history! The song’s turnout made it Drake’s 11th top five hit on the tally while simultaneously reserving its place on the Hot 100 chart for 14 weeks.
It also debuted at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100, replacing Drake’s own “God’s Plan”. It became the first to experience three separate Hot 100 coronations since The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face”. The hint of upbeat hip hop with merging elements of early 2000s’R&B, is what makes the song ceaselessly murmured by others!
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