- Drake’s lyrics have provided appropriate captions on Instagram for the past decade.
- But according to Sean Kingston, there are secrets in art.
In a recent interview with HipHopDX, the Miami singer recalled Jizi working her magic in the studio, turning honest conversations with girls into her music.
“That’s why Drake is Drake, because when he has conversations, conversations that he has, he turns them into songs,” he said. “That’s why they can be subtitled on Instagram. Yo, I’ve never seen anything like it. The man will be in the women’s studio…the man is G.O.A.T.”
He continued, “I only had one chance to see him at work. I made a song with Lil Wayne called “I’m at War.” I’m at the Hit Factory, and Y.M.C.M.B. owns the whole Hit Factory. So Drake was in the room, you know, he got the girls around, and the guy actually talks to the girls and goes back to the cabin and does his job.” Sean Kingston believes Drake’s desire to be accurate in his lyrics, the reason his songs are so successful.
“And I said ‘Yo, this nigga is a genius’ ’cause he said the Shit that nigga was afraid to say and he won,” he said. “Because N-Gas felt like, ‘Oh, that might be too soft.’ But the girls said, “Oh my God, he touched and melted my heart with this bullshit. “
“It worked. Do you understand what I said?” So everything we said in conversation one day was blow by blow we talked about but didn’t even know. “During a May interview with No Jumper, Sean Kingston said Drake wanted to sign a career start with him.
“I used to be with Jas Prince and a lot of people on Rap-A-Lot,” he said. “I need to tell you, this is crazy… no one ever knew that. Drake hit Jas during the day like, “Yo, I want to sign with Sean Kingston.” “
He continued, “And then he came, I think they said he wanted about $200,000 and a Maybach and stuff like that, but I just signed up, did you feel me? So I said, ‘Shit, I don’t know if I have $200,000 now, but I wanted to sign this guy. “And he ended up being Drake.”