Drake's 'More Life' reportedly features J. Lo, Kanye & Young Thug

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I want to give you a collection of songs that become the soundtrack to your life, so this More Life: The Playlist.

Washington D.C.[USA], Mar.19 (ANI): In an interesting revelation, Drake has admitted he sometimes sends drunk texts to former flame Jennifer Lopez.

Drake is now premiering More Life on his OVO Sound Beats 1 radio show, and already it's got references to Jennifer Lopez and Jay Z.

"More Life" is anchored by "Fake Love", Drake's infectious hit about the phoniness of those around him.

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If you haven't yet listened to More Life, the fact that it's on whatever music streaming service you prefer, plus iTunes, just made your Sunday afternoon a whole lot better. "I love the way it's put together". Did Drake peek on Views? But sung over one of More Life's most colorful samples, listening to the rapper mull over his trust issues finally sounds fun again.

Drake is just like everyone else: After having too much to drink, he gets on his phone and starts sending messages. "Sacrifices" (feat. 2 Chainz and Young Thug) 13. "Lose You" 17. "Can't Have Everything" 18.

He digs into the record crates for Lionel Ritchie's All Night Long, and throws it on the outro of Blem, while fellow soul legends Earth Wind & Fire get their song Devotion worked into Glow. While the star rappers' collaboration isn't quite the sum of their talented parts, it offers a nostalgic look back.

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