While Drizzy raps that Riri is one of his baddest women ever, his collaborator Rick likens Katy Perry to Bugatti coup in his first single from 'God Forgives, I Don't' album.
Canadian singer Drake might no longer involved romantically with Rihanna, but he still refers to her as his girl. Rick Ross' new single titled "Made Men" has just been debuted, and the "Best I Ever Had" hitmaker can be heard swapping rhymes about the red-haired Barbadian singer with "The Boss" rapper in it.
Rick first raps, "Two-door Bugatti coup, I call it Katy Perry. Wiz Khalifa papers, my favorite berries/ That '65, I call it Rihanna/ It got a red top but it's white like Madonna." In response, Drizzy spits, "Off the rack just ain't my style, I call a designer/ One of my baddest women ever, I call her Rihanna/ But that's because her name is Rihanna."
"Made Men" is reported to be the first single coming off Rick's upcoming fifth studio album, "God Forgives, I Don't". Def Jam has not confirmed it though. Nonetheless, Rick has premiered the Drake-assisted song on New York hip-hop station Power 105's morning show, "The Breakfast Club", on Tuesday, January 4.