Drake Blazes In ‘Behind Barz’ Freestyle For Link Up TV / Raps: “Got All The Tea & I’m Hottin’ It Up”

Published: Sunday 8th Jul 2018 by Sam

When one is a titan of Drake‘s stature, promo is very much on their terms.

As such, the Canadian continues his love-affair with London by pairing up with one of the region’s most renown Rap video platforms – Link Up TV.

In his first “performance” since dropping new album ‘Scorpion,’ the star seized the stage to drop a freestyle — and he didn’t hold back.

He rapped:

“I know so much sh*t that I cannot expose. I keep it inside and I laugh on my own
Got all the tea and I’m hottin’ it up.”

While elsewhere, he threw jabs at G.O.O.D Music his competition when adding:

“You’re droppin’ some sh*t but that sh*t was a bust
They got no direction, they followin’ us
I come from a city that they never touch
Your man is a goofy and he can get brushed.”

Check it out below…


Word on the curb is that Drizzy will be making a high-profile performance somewhere this weekend. Stay tuned for details.

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  1. DanYiel Iman July 8, 2018

    Caucasians & females love his pop-rap ballads so they’ll keep him rich!!

  2. Jay July 8, 2018

    Just take your L and keep it moving yo

  3. Gurlwepa89 July 8, 2018

    #1 Album in 92countries and currently #1 song on iTunes and soon to breaking more records. Haters stay pressed, he’s beloved all over the world.

  4. ElderQueer July 8, 2018

    Back in my day, only gay males used the terms spilling tea and throwing shade…It’s ancient gay lingo…Never thought I would live to see the day of STRAIGHT MEN using our lingo more than the gays, same stuff they they used to tease us over smh

  5. Lake Erie July 8, 2018

    Well he kind of didn’t lie… … Kanye and Pusha T’s album ? Smh… Kanye’s was better I will admit but yal got the bars right!? So I dont see why they didn’t come with some more commercially promoted beats. Then Teyana Taylor smh..

  6. Yolanda July 8, 2018

    Too late. GTFOH. Young Money are pop artists backed by the industry. Remy proved it with Nicki and Pusha proved it with Drake. Young Money, just keep making hit records and money. As Lil Kim said in Black Friday, “The hood shyt you and Drake aint built foe.”

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