Drake – Worst Behavior Review
“Worst Behavior” is a new and scorching number of the proficient singer “Drake” and the track is taken from his next upcoming album “Nothing was the same”. The song is produced by “DJ Dahi”.
The beat of the song was made in mid of the August and after the manager sent the beat to the OVO camp, things started to come together. The up and coming beat general was not present when Drake laid his verses over his frantic drum roll, nor was he there when YMCMB producer detail added the auto tuned ad-libs but when he first heard the track two weeks ago he was impressed with how it all turned out.
The lyrics of the song are somewhat difficult to understand, but when one goes through them comprehensively they make together a great meaning and the song becomes interesting. The arrogant side of the song is too great and the beat makes us go crazy. The last verse of the song is one of the best on the album.
Drake justifies being on his worst behavior. The instrumental atmosphere sounds similar to something Kanye West might have done post “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy”. With repetition of spice of life on this one, the production carries the track, although the few mace lines taken from “Mo Money, Mo Problems” prove a nice touch.
The song is a good number I can say and Drake has shown his other side in this track.