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SINGLE REVIEW: Drake – Marvins Room

by cminaya

DrakeMarvin’s Room

It does not matter what room you are or were in, when it comes to relating to Drake’s “Marvins Room.” In all probability, if you have yet to make a call similar to the one Drake illustrates in the record, you have at least received one like that. As a further matter, the YMCMB artist really called attention to his forthcoming album, Take Care, with this refreshing record.

Drake’s preferred producer Noah “40” Shebib is being rumored to be the producer of the record, and the prowess to make the tempo unhurried, timely use of bass and the resolve to utilize the piano to close makes the rumor credible.

Since Drizzy released “I Get Lonely Too” last October, many have been wondering if he was going to stay true to his word.

This past December, October’s Very Own said during an interview with Elliot “YN” Wilson, “One thing I learned is that I really want to rap. I want to make sure I’m always rapping on all my songs.”

Up to now, he has, and Marvins Room is no exception. Although it showed signs of being a record impossible to rap on, Drake found a way and did it well.

“I think I’m addicted to naked pictures and sitting talking about b—-es that we almost had. I don’t think I’m conscious of making monsters out of the women I sponsor till it all goes bad,” rapped Drake on the record.

Still, aside from the rapping, starting the record with realistic dialogue, first-rate lyrics throughout the song, the brilliant chorus, the voice-over that states, “Are you drunk right now?” and the production help bring the record to completion.

For those whom expect Take Care to be subject to the infamous “sophomore jinx,” based on Marvins Room, Drake seems poised to be calling the shots, preventing the jinx from carrying on.