Drake's "Nothing Was The Same" album sprung a leak on Sunday, as tracks began making their way to the web. One of the album's most highly anticipated tracks, "Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2," sees Drake complaining about how his high school classmates treated him and Jay Z saying he likes all black Maybachs but isn't racist ("insides whiter than Katy Perry's faces").
"Nothing Was the Same" is available Sept. 24 in stores and digital retailers. You can pre-order the album on iTunes.
Jay ends his verse with a bloated version of Kanye West's "sunglasses and Advil, last night was mad real." (Jay's version: "Last night was mad trill, I'm fresh out of Advil, Jesus grab the wheel."
"Paris Morton Music" is the name of a model
whom Drake already named an earlier track after