Swae Lee is Accompanied by Drake in Relationship Luxuriating Song ‘Won't Be Late’ Following Additional ‘Sextesy’ Track

Swae Lee never fails at Satisfaction & neither does Drake.


Swae conveyed for sure. “August is going to be an exciting month,” Swae Lee tweeted last Wednesday. "That is a guarantee." On Thursday night, the 24-year-old craftsman discharged a performance joint called "Sextasy" and the Drake-helped "Won't Be Late." Tekno delivered the previous, while ChopsquadDJ and Mike Will Made-It dealt with the last mentioned.

Courtesy of Instagram /@SwaeLee GIF rendered by Cyclolore

Courtesy of Instagram /@SwaeLee GIF rendered by Cyclolore

Gossipy tidbits about the Drizzy collaborative effort started coursing Wednesday, after Mike Will posted a photograph of his ongoing gathering with Interscope. As pointed out by HipHop-N-More, the picture incorporated an archive that was titled "Swae Lee Meeting Agenda," and incorporated the names of two melodies. In the event that you investigate the base left corner, you'll see that one of the records had an element credit ascribed to Drake.

Swae affirmed the tracks only hours before they arrived.


You can stream "Sextasy" and "Won't Be Late" presently on every single mainstream platform including Apple Music and Spotify. The two tracks are relied upon to show up on the follow-up to Swae's introduction solo collection Swaecation.

Courtesy of YouTube / @Swaelee

Courtesy of YouTube / @Swaelee

"With this project, I'm not playing," he educated Billboard concerning his sophomore collection. "I'm stepping on n****s' throats. I'm gonna up the standards for these 2010-whatever artists. I'm gonna push the music forward."

Unmistakably, Swae has enormous designs for his sophomore task. Hopefully we get progressively material before he leaves on Post Malone's Runaway Tour one month from now. The trek will start Sept. 14 in Tacoma, Washington, and wrap up Nov. 20 in Inglewood, California.


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