The Drake vocals finally arrived and DJ Khaled told social media to rest assure as he dropped the long-awaited track, “To The Max.” Meanwhile, we received another long-anticipated debut by SZA with CTRL.

The Snapchat King himself, DJ Khaled, has finally blessed us with his Drake-assisted track, “To The Max,” and it features, executive producer, baby Asahd on the cover art.

Housed on his Grateful album, Khaled’s new joint with the 6 God isn’t exactly what we were expecting as far as traditional hip-hop beats go, as it includes electronic music influences with digitally distorted vocals from Drizzy.

But, hey, we’re not complaining — the experimental and versatile track is e enjoyable nonetheless. Check it out below!


TDE’s leading lady SZA finally released her long-awaited debut album, CTRL, and it’s literally everything we imagined, plus more!

The “Love Galore” songstress, who’s been working on the project since 2014, blessed us with a 14-track album filled with pop-tinged bops and chill, kickback anthems; with features from Kendrick LamarTravis ScottJames Fauntleroy, and Isaiah Rashad.

CTRL is the perfect conceptual and lucid album released just in time for summer! Check it out below!

 

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