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I'm Goin In featuring Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy (Album Version (Edited))

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I'm Goin In featuring Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy (Album Version (Edited))

by Drake

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Label: Cash Money Records/Young Money Ent./Universal Rec.
"Houstatlantavegas" is an unusual track with which to open one's first proper release (even if one's first proper release is an EP version of a mixtape). But then, this former star of Degrassi: The Next Generation is an unusual MC. Like his breakthrough "Best I Ever Had," "Houstatlantavegas" spins on spare beats barely attached to Drake's flat flow. But unlike his mega-hit, which executes a hostile yet monotonous takeover of your brain, "Houstonatlantavegas" sounds pensive, almost spent. This is Drake's zone: odd yet compelling. The exception is "Fear," thick with vintage beats and drama.

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"Houstatlantavegas" is an unusual track with which to open one's first proper release (even if one's first proper release is an EP version of a mixtape). But then, this former star of Degrassi: The Next Generation is an unusual MC. Like his breakthrough "Best I Ever Had," "Houstatlantavegas" spins on spare beats barely attached to Drake's flat flow. But unlike his mega-hit, which executes a hostile yet monotonous takeover of your brain, "Houstonatlantavegas" sounds pensive, almost spent. This is Drake's zone: odd yet compelling. The exception is "Fear," thick with vintage beats and drama.

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About This Album

"Houstatlantavegas" is an unusual track with which to open one's first proper release (even if one's first proper release is an EP version of a mixtape). But then, this former star of Degrassi: The Next Generation is an unusual MC. Like his breakthrough "Best I Ever Had," "Houstatlantavegas" spins on spare beats barely attached to Drake's flat flow. But unlike his mega-hit, which executes a hostile yet monotonous takeover of your brain, "Houstonatlantavegas" sounds pensive, almost spent. This is Drake's zone: odd yet compelling. The exception is "Fear," thick with vintage beats and drama.