A new collaboration between Drake and The Game just found its way online, offering fans a glimpse at material set to be featured on The Game's upcoming sixth studio album The Documentary 2.

The collaboration between the two rappers works because of the totally different approach they each take to the track. The Game's verses are decidedly uptempo and fast-paced, while Drake comes in with the hook and provides his signature slow drawl, monotonous in a way that he always manages to make work.

The track, which clocks in at nearly six minutes long, goes down smoothly. At one point Drake raps, "I would have so many friends if I didn't have money, respect and accomplishments." To this we are forced, once more, to ask Drake, "Who hurt you?"

This is the second Drake collaboration to come out in recent weeks. Back in May, his rumored track with Beyonce, called "Can I," also made its way onto the Internet. That track marks the first collaboration between Drake and Beyonce since the hit "Mine," which was featured on Beyonce's 2013 self-titled, surprise album. Drake went on to demonstrate just how much Beyonce may have influenced him when he, too, dropped his last album, 2015's If You're Reading This It's Too Late, suddenly and without warning.

"100" is set to be on The Game's upcoming album, The Documentary 2, which is currently set for an August 7 release after being pushed back from its initial June 30 release date. The album will serve as a sequel to his 2005 debut album The Documentary.

In the meantime, you can listen to "100" above.

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