Drake & Popcaan have a new collaboration coming this week

Drake and Popcorn will be getting back together as the latter has announced a new collaboration titled “We Caa Done.”

Poppy announced the song with a preview on Twitter on Wednesday (January 4), two days before its scheduled release.

The track is likely to live on the dancehall artist’s upcoming fifth LP He is bigwhich was supposed to arrive at the end of 2022 but has yet to materialize.

See an example of what to expect below:

Popcaan signed to Drizzy’s OVO imprint in 2016 and was quick to defend his label head in the midst of a dispute with fellow dancehall artists mr. Vegas.

After the release of VIEW, Vegas Called Drake “Fake” not to credit the dancehall artists he featured on the album, including Beenie Man and Popcaan himself.

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“Why did Drake bring Beenie Man back to sing that record if that’s the one he wanted? Or why let Beenie Man do something new?” Vegas asked during an interview with Ebro in the morning back then. “So then I go on listening to the record, and at the end of the record, when the record is done, you can hear the end of the record, Beenie Man does the outro. So I’m like, Drake is ravaging my artists. You guys are using my artists as intro men.”

Sir. Vegas referenced “Controlla,” which includes a Beenie Man sample from his song, “Tear Off Mi Garment.” A leaked version of the song also included Popcaan, although it did not make the final cut on the album. However, a cut of Poppy’s “Luh Yuh Bad” made “Too Good” with Rihanna, and both dancehall artists are credited on the respective songs.

In a since-deleted reply, Popcaan pledged allegiance to his OVO clique and assured Mr. Vegas that his help was not needed.

“OVO Unruly, we don’t need your help. Don’t try to offend my brother now,” Poppy said. “You don’t know anything about Unruly or OVO. You don’t need to defend Popcaan.”

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