Drake Releases New Track, 'Draft Day,' Dedicated to Johnny Manziel

Tristan ThornburghSocial Media StaffApril 2, 2014

Bleacher Report

There's another development in the very public bromance between rapper Drake and quarterback Johnny Manziel: Drake's "Draft Day," a song dedicated to Johnny Manziel.

Released on October's Very Own's SoundCloud, the track samples Lauryn Hill's "Doo Wop (That Thing)" and also includes a mention of Andrew Wiggins, who recently announced he'd enter the NBA draft.

As Chris Thomas at Hip-Hop Wired points out, Drake's line "Just hits, no misses/That's for the married folks," is possibly a shot at Kanye West and Jay Z.

[SoundCloud, h/t Hypetrak]

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