Drake is still recording his second album, but he couldn't wait to share some of his new music. Today he released the track 'Dreams Money Can Buy' on his blog.

In a note accompanying the song, Drake wrote: "A song that I felt the need to share. Not my single. Just a piece of my story. Hear me out though..."

The track opens with an unusual, almost surf-pop a cappella harmony, sampled from British singer-songwriter Jai Paul's song 'BTSTU': "Don't f--- with me, don't f--- with me." That becomes the song's hook, serving as a nice change-up to Drake's rhymes about, well, money and dreams:

"I got car money, fresh start money / I want Saudi money, I want art money / I want women to cry and pull out their heart for me / And tell me how much they hate when they apart from me."

Drake always seem to be able to deliver a few funny lines, like when he asks, "We got company coming over / Would it kill you to put some pants on?"

While Drake continues to work on his second album, currently titled 'Take Care,' he's taken time to record with DJ Khaled and to lend his voice to 'Ice Age: Continental Drift.'

Listen to Drake, 'Dreams Money Can Buy'