(AllHipHop News) Besides artists picking up trophies and star-studded performances there will be one more major music moment on February 10.
Billboard.com is reporting that YMCMB member Drake will be releasing a new song on the night of the Grammys.
The track is titled "Started From the Bottom," and it will be the first official single off his upcoming third studio album.
Pictures surfaced online a few weeks ago of the singer-rapper on the set of a video shoot, and it was speculated that the Toronto native may have been filming a music video for the new track.
What is confirmed is that Drake connected with fellow Canadian, Director X, to direct the visuals.
The two previously worked together on the videos "HYFR" and "No Lie."
So far, Drake has not announced a title or release date for the follow-up to his platinum album Take Care which was released in 2011.
He spent most of 2012 dominating the radio with his hits "The Motto" and "HYFR" and from appearing on 2 Chainz's "No Lie," Rick Ross's "Stay Schemin'," French Montana's "Pop That," Meek Mill's "Amen" and A$AP Rocky's "Fuckin' Problems."
He was also featured on the posthumous Aaliyah song "Enough Said."
Beyond dropping "Started From The Bottom," Sunday, February 10 could be a huge night for Drake for other reasons as well.
He will also be up for three Grammy awards- Best Rap Performance for "HYFR", Best Rap Song for the "Motto", and Best Rap Album for Take Care.