Whether you're a long-time Drake fan or not, you may have heard the controversy over his latest song "Girls Want Girls" from Certified Lover Boy. The lyric has left fans confused, and it's unclear what the rapper means by it.
It seems like everyone's been talking about this track lately, and it's no wonder why. After all, it's one of the most controversial tracks from a Drake album ever.
Aside from being confusing, it also stirred up a lot of controversy for its use of women-on-women sexual fantasies. As a result, it's important to know what the lyrics actually mean.
This R&B trap track was released on September 3rd, 2021 and features vocals from rapper Lil Baby. The song was released in conjunction with the release of Drake's Certified Lover Boy album, and it reached number two on the UK Singles Chart and the ARIA Singles Chart.
The chorus of the song is a powerful message that's sure to get the attention of anyone who wants success. It's a challenge to those who want artists to fail, but it's also a reminder that it's possible to get what you deserve in life if you work hard enough.
This isn't the first time that Drake has collaborated with Lil Baby on a song, as the two worked together on songs like "Wants and Needs," which matched his highest-charting hit on the Billboard Hot 100. In fact, this track was the highest-charting song on the Billboard Hot 100 by a rapper under age 25.