Drake Premieres New Lil Uzi Vert Collab, “At The Gates On “SOUND 42” – Drake’s last album, Her Loss, is only a few months old, but already, the father of one is teasing plenty more new music from his arsenal. On New Music Friday (April 7), he delivered the highly anticipated “Search & Rescue,” on which he seemingly threw shade at Kanye West by sampling audio of Kim Kardashian. Despite the gossip, his father, Dennis Graham, maintains that Drizzy wasn’t trying to start any drama with the song, which has been a hot topic on social media so far this weekend.
Following that, the Canadian debuted another single on Sirius XM’s SOUND 42 radio. This one finds him collaborating with Lil Uzi Vert and was previously teased back in late 2021, though it has yet to arrive on DSPs. Called “At The Gates,” fans who have heard the previously released preview have been desperately waiting for its official arrival. It remains unclear when or if Drake plans to drop it, though playing it on the air is a strong signal we can expect it sooner rather than later.
On the chorus, LUV raps, “F*ck a wrap, I just got my whips all painted, ayy / Bitches fainted, I forgot that I was famous, ayy.” Following that comes Champagne Papi’s verse, on which he appears to throw more shade at Ye by mentioning Skete, the father of four’s prior nickname for his ex-wife’s old boyfriend, Pete Davidson. Elsewhere Drake adds, “If we on a island then you know it’s not no Coney shit / No it’s not no Staten shit, I ain’t on no phony shit.”
Stream Drake and Lil Uzi Vert’s unreleased “At The Gates” collab on YouTube above. Afterward, let us know if you’ll be adding the track to your playlist when it finally lands on DSPs in the comments. For more release recommendations, be sure to check back later this weekend on our Fire Emoji and R&B Season playlist updates.