Drake Debuts Unreleased Song, 'Call On Me': Listen

Dan Martensen

U.K. fans of Drake were treated not only to a stop on his Would You Like a Tour last night -- the rapper also debuted a brand new, unreleased song.

At a show in Birmingham last night (March 21), Rolling Stone reports that Drake revealed "Call On Me," which currently slots in at around three-and-a-half minutes.

The song features Drake laying down his singing, not his rapping, skills over a minimal, moody arrangement of keyboard and percussion.

According to Consequence of Sound, it's unknown whether the song is a "Nothing Was the Same" outtake or not, though the rapper apparently told the assembled crowd that he'll be back in the studio for a new album soon.

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Drake debuted another new song, "Trophies," late last year, though the tune ended up on the just-released Young Money compilation "Rise of An Empire."


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