On Wednesday, Swae teased the song on his Twitter account. In his tweet, he shared a vintage-styled photograph with “8 6 19” written on it. Along with the picture, the one half of Rae Sremmurd wrote, “Vibes drop starting tomorrow.”
The Tekno-produced banger marks the first time Swae and Drizzy have ever paired up on a song and possesses an island bop.
“Tell ’em again, tell ’em off (Tell ’em off)/It just dawned on me (On me), what’s right, feels wrong,” Swae croons on the dance track. “No, no wingman, that’s only my A game/At this game, two can play.”
Drake keeps the vibes going as he rhymes about a complicated relationship. “Yeah, yeah, saving my time for you/Suddenly I freed up (Free)/Freezing my times with you/When I’m lonely, I can bring them up/Closed off my line for you,” he sings.
In addition to “Won’t Be Late,” the 24-year-old rapper also released a melodic love ballad called “Sextasy.” There’s no word on where the track will end up, but it looks like Swae is possibly working on a studio album.
In the meantime, Swae is hitting the road with Post Malone on the “Runaway Tour” next month. The trek is scheduled to launch on Sept. 14 in Tacoma, Wash., and wrap up Nov. 20 in Los Angeles.
You can listen to the two new tracks below.
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