Drake and Jay-Z have teamed up to excite fans about a possible project

Drake and Jay-Z have teamed up to excite fans about a possible project ...

Drake is one of the most well-known hip-hop artists of today. His album Certified Lover Boy has had a lot of success. Drake is now out in the limelight after teasing new bars and collaborating with Jay-Z.

Michael Rubin's fourth of July party drew the attention of all of the stars. These included Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert, Meek Mill, and Drake, who sang Yes Indeed with Lil Baby.

Drizzy took to Instagram to share photos from the event with Jay-Z, Robert Kraft, Meek Mill, Kendall Jenner, Fat Joe, Lil Baby, and Robert Kraft. Perhaps the newly teased bars suggest that the future will be more hip-hop-centric.

Mister determination matched with some surprises. Mister 1 phone and 0 patience. I've been everywhere but never been complacent. Yall still pacing the clout chasing- its f*ckin' crazy.

Drake is fresh off the release of his seventh studio album, Honestly, Nevermind, which has been dubbed a dance album. Drake did perform Sticky during his performance on stage, which is apparently the project's first radio song.

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