Drake’s Honestly, Nevermind is easily the most controversial arrival following this New Music Friday, with much of the internet seemingly split on how to feel about the 14-track dancehall and house music-inspired album.
So far, obvious fan favourites have emerged in titles like “Jimmy Cooks” with 21 Savage (the lone feature on the project) as well as “Sticky,” on which Drizzy pays tribute to the late Virgil Abloh and shoutouts out Young Thug from here he’s been locked up behind bars in Atlanta.
Another title that fans suspected would be a banger as soon as they laid eyes on the track list is “Texts Go Green,” due to its inherently toxic nature – and they were right.
“Texts go green, it hits a little different, don’t it? / Know you miss the days when I was grippin’ on it / Know you’re in a house tonight just thinkin’ on it / I moved on so long ago,” the 35-year-old teases on the chorus.
Stream Honestly, Nevermind here, and check out “Texts Go Green” on Spotify, Apple Music, or Soundcloud below.
Texts go green, it hits a little different, don’t it?
Know you miss the days when I was grippin’ on it
Know you’re in a house tonight just thinkin’ on it
I moved on so long ago