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Drake Controversy Grows with New PARTYNEXTDOOR Song

Another reference track involving Drake has surfaced online, this time featuring PARTYNEXTDOOR, a member of his OVO label, on a song from the Scorpion album.

Following the leak of what appeared to be Vory’s reference track for “Mob Ties” on Tuesday (May 28), a reference track for the PARTYNEXTDOOR-written “Ratchet Happy Birthday” also appeared.

Both songs are from Drake’s 2018 Scorpion album, and the source of these leaks is still unknown.

Vory is not the first artist to be accused of giving Drake a helping hand in the studio.

Lil Yachty was recently claimed to have written “Jumbotron Shit Poppin” — from the 6 God’s joint album with 21 Savage, Her Loss — after an alleged reference track surfaced online.

Rick Ross, who had dissed Drake both on songs and social media, used the rumors as more ammo against his former collaborator.

“Yacht Put ya phone on silent lil bro.. [100 emoji] #BBLDRIZZY CALLING AGAIN [nose emoji, hand emoji, laughing emoji],” he wrote online, referencing his previous claims that Drizzy had undergone plastic surgery.

He added: “YACHT AKA THE PEN [five writing emojis].”

Rozay also claimed that Drake had somebody else write his verse on Travis Scott‘s smash hit “Sicko Mode.”

While filming himself in a club as the song blared through the speakers, the MMG mogul said: “Who wrote this? Guess who wrote this? You would never guess who wrote this,” before bursting into laughter.

Ghostwriting allegations have dogged Drake since the release of 2015’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, which featured multiple songwriting credits for Quentin Miller.

Despite these recurring accusations, Drake has continued to achieve massive success and remains one of the top artists in the industry. Fans and critics alike are divided on the impact of these ghostwriting claims, with some arguing it diminishes his artistry while others believe it’s a common practice in the music industry. The debate over authenticity and collaboration in hip-hop continues, with Drake often at the center of the conversation.

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