Drake, ‘Dreams Money Can Buy’ – Song Review
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?"
Listen to Drake, 'Dreams Money Can Buy'