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In it, Drake references Kendrick Lamar’s 2015 song “For Free?
[Outro: DJ Khaled] Another one They don't want me to have another anthem So I made sure I got another anthem It's We The Best OVO Summers ours It always has been Don't ever play yourself One time for Future the Prince One time for 40 One time for Drake Another one Bless up “For Free” is DJ Khaled and Drake’s summer ode to good sex.
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man [Chorus: Drake] I always wonder if you ask yourself Is it just me? Or is this sex so good I shouldn't have to fuck for free? “For Free” is the fourth collaboration between DJ Khaled and Drake, following “No New Friends,” “I’m On One,” and “Fed Up.” Khaled also put an ad-lib at the end of Drake’s “Summer Sixteen.” The track was just certified gold by the RIAA, meaning it’s sold over 500,000 copies.
And, yeah, I need it all right now Last year I had drama, girl not right now I was never gon' chat what we talkin' about You the only one I know could fit it all in her... The song samples lyrics and cadences from Too $hort’s “Blow The Whistle” and interpolates Akinyele’s “Fuck Me For Free.” The funky guitar riff underpinning the beat is sampled from in [|] by Majid Jordan.
If you delete an old text message, can someone (or his lawyer) still find it? Most cell phone carriers don't permanently save the enormous amount of text-message data that is sent between users every day.
AT&T Wireless, for example, says it keeps sent text messages for 48 hours only—after that, they are wiped off the system.
Sprint, on the other hand, keeps messages on its server for approximately two weeks.