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  • http://breezyexcursion.com eBagatron

    Nah, people still gonna hate. They're just born to do it apparently! Haha.

  • Rome

    this is not drakes lane. this is why hip hop fans dont like him. his a pop rnb artists who sometimes raps. just because your black and rap doesn't mean your hip hop. stay in your lane and keep those little school kids happy.

    • truujones

      smh shut up

  • krow132

    lol thats the sound of everybody and their hating ass shutting the fuck up. Quick to jump the gun and complain on some shit.

    Most of the members of the Wu being on the remix still won't be a proper tribute for some of these whiny motherfuckers..... watch

  • http://www.2dopeboyz.com Shake

    "Nah, people still gonna hate. They’re just born to do it apparently!"

    ^^ Ain't that the (sad) truth!? Smh..

  • http://savantrarebreed.com Stro

    If all of Drake's vocals are replaced with Wu vocals, then yes, it'll make up for the "mishap". Leaving any Drake vocals on the jawn only adds insult to injury.

  • Powb11

    Foh, shit had nothing to do with WU TaNG. It was R&B.

  • COMMONLOGIC

    So Wu already knew of this since the summer?, they knew they were going to be on the remix yet people find a reason to defend the WU. Obviously they rock with Drake cause if not they wouldn't want any part of it. People just like to HATE, as previously stated.

  • lol

    "Damnnnnnnn Youuuuuuuuuuu Drakkeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee"
    -Wu Fans

  • malcyvelli

    Only thing I didn't fuck with on the original track is the fact it was far too whiny, sure there was a Wu sample, sure there were some Wu flows but it was just far too bitchy, I look forward to the real Wu livening that shit up

  • yetti

    Based on his tweet I doubt INS recorded a verse...lol

  • P

    I kinda wanted to hear a remix with Rae & ghost ...but a whole wu remix is aight

  • Dr. Strange

    I think it's hilarious. That's what happens when ignorant fans jump the gun and speak for an artist. A shit ton of people (especially on here) whining, "OMG fuck Drake! How dare he disrespect the Wu? They would NEVER co-sign this shit!"

    Welp children, not only did the Wu co-sign it, they even agreed to drop verses for it. Drizzy gets another W. The sad thing is, people are STILL gonna try and find a reason to hate.

  • bubba

    shit breaks my heart. ofcourse Wu want to be relevant again. Im sure they loved being contacted to do this track. just like Common was forced to play nice with drake if he wanted to continue being 'hip with the kids' and not looking like an old hater. We've entered the age where every bitch-made artist from drake to macklemore can blashpmeize Wu's name in their shitty music and get a pass for it...cuz thats what the kids like. Why do the kids like it?? cuz labels pump in tons of money to force these artists on us..they pay for radio time...they even pay for ad space on blogs like this one...

  • fuck2dbz

    if you dont think Drake's whiny ass,-r&b singin -weezy flow jacking- other mens' woman stalking, retarded wheel-chair jimmy ass, isnt Bitch made...then guess what...you aint hiphop my nigga!! suck my old ass dick.

  • F rome

    Give me a break with all that lame lane talk and kiddie rap non sense. Where you from ? I bet you are just a kid from the suburbs as well. Drake is your lane. People need to grow up, this was clearly all planned ! If the clan can respect and do work with the kid, maybe you can accept the fact he has the respect from his peers.

  • http://drakeabitch.com DrStrangeABitch

    "I think it’s hilarious. That’s what happens when ignorant fans jump the gun and speak for an artist. A shit ton of people (especially on here) whining, “OMG fuck Drake! How dare he disrespect the Wu? They would NEVER co-sign this shit!”

    Welp children, not only did the Wu co-sign it, they even agreed to drop verses for it. Drizzy gets another W. The sad thing is, people are STILL gonna try and find a reason to hate."

    If drake's bitch ass paid me enough money I'd support his track and appear on a remix too. You fucking scrub.

  • PJR

    I bet they would feel a lot differently if he wasn't one of the hottest rappers in the game.

  • realtalk™

    I don't like Drake's music, I don't like the particular song and I don't the title makes sense.

    That being said, people who take offense to all this need to check their priorities. There's basically no need to 'hate' on anything, just ignore it and put your attention/energy towards the things you do like. It's not that hard.

  • CommonLogic

    The Wu don't need Drake to be relevant FYI. Just because they don't new music doesn't mean a thing. I just saw them at North Coast Music festival in the Chi and the place was packed and everyone went crazy for them. Yes, even 20 years later they still get love.

  • the realest

    Lol these drake stans going cray over this. It's like when rappers do remixes for Justin bieber or Britney Spears. Dude didnt even didn't even give the vibe he was bit more excited nor interested. How about you let all verses get official album placement and not "remix" treatment. It is the title of the song.

  • Dr. Strange

    "If drake’s bitch ass paid me enough money I’d support his track and appear on a remix too. You fucking scrub."

    Lol, nice username. U mad bro? Internet tough guys...yall are something else....

  • biff tannen

    Regardless of the tracks name it was an extremely mediocre song. Adding the Wu can only make it better.

    Now that "Too Much"track....that's that shit.

  • FUCKMONEY

    MONEY

  • wiLL dent

    @Rome... Kill yourself... @theRealest... Read whut you wrote. Hypocrite.
    @CommonLogic Nicely put..Tru Story...Agreed.

    If its a dope song than at the end of the day thats all that matters.

  • GemNEye

    Co-Sign realtalk™ statement There is plenty of things posted on this site that I couldn't give 2 shits about.I don't click on those links and keep moving to the stuff I like. spending four paragraphs shitting on Drake or whovever you don't like isn't changing anything. Big up your favorite artist. The Law of Attraction works both ways

  • SHOWMAN3000

    Doing a remix doesn't change the fact that the song was tasteless. Doing a remix with Wu is cool but the truth is the truth no matter how you shape it. I still feel that was a horrible choice to call the song "Wu-Tang Forever" with little incorporation of Wu-influences on the song. The little things mentioned in the song was pointless and had nothing to do with the title "Wu-Tang Forever" The song still sounds the way it does whether if RZA rapped or ODB came back from the dead to feature on the remix PERIOD. And I'm a big Drake supporter since "Room For Improvement" and "Comeback Season"

  • SHOWMAN3000

    ^^^
    Basically the remix would be more deserving of the title "Wu-Tang Forever" than the original that has 5% Wu-influence in the song.