It’s OVO takeover! With God’s Plan still hitting the charts, Drake’s ‘Nice For What’ is another song you should get familiar with now.
Drizzy dropped a new song ‘Nice For What’ on Friday night and it’s video has steadily become the talk because it features a host of superstars that made cameos in it. However it came as a surprise because From Issa Rae to Rashida Jones to Tiffany Haddish to Tracee Ellis Ross and mere appeared in the visuals for Drake’s Nice For What.
Drake’s Nice For What is a sample of Lauryn Hill’s 1998 song “Ex-Factor,” and was produced by Murda Beatz, a Canadian rapper that worked with Drizzy on his previous projects.
In ‘Nice For What’, Drake talked about women and addressed life for women while acknowledging their hustle.
Everybody get your mothafuckin’ roll on
I know shorty and she doesn’t want no slow song
Had it made last year, life goes on
Haven’t let that thing loose, girl, in so long
You been inside, know you like to lay low
I’ve been peepin’ what you bringin’ to the table
Workin’ hard, girl, everything paid for
First, last phone bill, car note, cable
Twitter Reacts To ‘Nice For What’
Twitter reactions followed Drake’s new single. After the song drooped a whole lot to Twitter to air their opinions on the song, although, majority of the tweets there were of praise to Drake with some saying it’s another hit while of course some were not okay with Lauryn Hill sample.
“Nice for what” video maddddd fire Drake put mad powerful women in the video 😍😍😍
— Joan Rivers. (@A_Geechi) April 7, 2018
— AdELA (@adelamusic) April 7, 2018
That new Drake is all of the flames. Goodnight.
— Ivie Ani (@ivieani) April 7, 2018
Drake couldn't give Cardi one whole day? He could have waited until midnight to drop #NiceForWhat
— Charlamagne Tha God (@cthagod) April 7, 2018
Nice for what
— dvsn ÷ (@dvsndvsn) April 7, 2018
“Nice For What” is an undeniable hit.
— Justin Tinsley (@JustinTinsley) April 7, 2018
Drake gives us the soundtrack for the summer… every summer 🙏 #NiceForWhat
— Calvin Quinones 🛸 (@CalvinAngel_) April 7, 2018