AceShowbiz - After sharing a snippet of the song during Preme's album release party, Lil Baby and Drake finally released their much-anticipated collaborative track. Premiered in the latest episode of Beats 1's OVO Sound Radio, the track was first titled "Pikachu". However, it was later revealed that the rappers had changed the song title to "Yes Indeed".
Drake opened the song by rapping about entering his tenth year in rap game and still exuding a youthful exuberance about creating music. "Life is amazin', it is what it should be/ Been here for ten but I feel like a rookie," he raps. "I tell her, 'look up' 'cause it's snowin' in Tootsie's/ Booked for three years, man you can't even book me."
Baby comes later in the track, delivering verses about his lavish lifestyle. "Brand new whip got no keys/ Tailor my clothes, no starch please," he rhymes in the chorus. "Soon as I nut, you can gon' leave/ Got M's in the bank, like 'yes, indeed.' "
"Yes Indeed" will be included on Baby's upcoming mixtape "Harden Than Ever" which is due out on May 18. It follows the project's first single "Southside", which was released late last month.
Meanwhile, Drake is currently working on his much-anticipated forthcoming album "Scorpion", which is set to be released in June. The Toronto rapstar has released a single off the effort, "Nice for What". It's still unclear whether or not "God's Plan" and "Diplomatic Immunity" will be included on the album as it features on his two-track EP "Scary Hours".
Besides working on his own album, the "Hotline Bling" hitmaker is currently gearing up for a collaboration with fellow Canadian musician Paul Anka. The latter announced at the Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Awards on May 10 that the song would be released in June.