(AllHipHop News) Drake is surely riding high at the moment as his new album VIEWS is set to have the highest sales week of the Toronto rapper's career. However, a singer named Keayana Coke is claiming Drizzy swiped her idea for one of the songs off the project.
According to Coke, she sent a version of her song called "Too Good" to Drake's father on Instagram. A record with the same title ended up on Drake's LP.
Coke posted a video on Facebook last week that compares the two songs. She wrote:
Someone tell me I'm tripping 🤔and I'm a die hard drake fan but
How I send a clip of it to ya pops
Then 2 months later ... U come out with the same song, same type of concept, different tempo, same title, same hook
EVERYONE NEED TO SHARE THIS
This is not the first time Drake has been accused of lifted the work of another artist. In 2015, Two-9 member Jace suggested the OVO leader stole the beats for “6 God” and “No Tellin’.” That same year D.R.A.M. stated on Twitter he felt Drake jacked his “Cha Cha” for “Hotline Bling.”
Check out Keayana Coke's video below.