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YG And Drake Ask 'Who Do You Love?' On New Collab

The final version of YG's Drake-assisted single is finally here.

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It's been months since YG revealed that Drake would be appearing on his debut album, My Krazy Life. Now, after a premature leak a few weeks ago, the DJ Mustard-produced banger titled “Who Do You Love?” has been officially liberated.  The left coast rapper kicks the song off with casual boasts (“My Bank of America account got like six figures”), before his Toronto-bred collaborator jumps in. 

“And my name too big and my gang too big / Young Money sh-t, me and Lil Wayne too big,” raps Drake, whose verse comes after the OVO honcho dropped two triumphant anthems of his own to close out 2013 in the Soulja Boy-featured “We Made It” and Hit-Boy-produced “Trophies.” 



“Who Do You Love?” is the latest release from YG's My Krazy Life debut album, which arrives March 18. “I got Drake on it and it’s not a song where [he] hop on and it sound like a Drake song,” YG told REVOLT about the single last month. “It’s a YG record, you feel me? And Drake, I can see he really liked the record because he talking about it, he playing it, he DJing it up in the club and all of that. Shout out to Drake for that doe,” he added.

YG’s My Krazy Life will also feature production from DJ Mustard, Terrace Martin, Metro Boomin, as well as featured guest spots from Ty Dolla $ign and plenty more. Ahead of its March 18 release date, the album’s currently steered by the rapper’s platinum smash, “My Hitta,” which received an all-star remix this past week with names like Meek Mill, Lil Wayne, and Nicki Minaj hopping on the record. A music video for the latter is currently underway, including one for “Who Do You Love?”

Take a listen to YG and Drizzy’s bouncy banger, which is sure to spawn nightclub couch casualties at several late night spots near you. 

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