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Drake’s Father Dennis Graham’s Rap “Career” Resurfaces

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After publicly claiming that his son Drake lies about their relationship in his music “to sell records” during an interview on Nick Cannon’s Close Conversations show, a recent track by Dennis Graham has resurfaced on social media, with some people taking it as a diss towards the Toronto rapper. Despite the fact that the elder Graham has reportedly been a musician since 1962 and has toured as a drummer for Jerry Lee Lewis, none of that musicality transferred over to his new song “That On That.” Littered with inconsistent flows, weak wordplay, and atrocious melodic choices, the song muses on the struggles of never being left alone. The result is a track reminiscent of LaVar Ball trying to rewrite Soulja’s Boy’s “hit” Yahhh!!! 

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While Drake initially shared the song on his Instagram upon its release in February, the changing dynamic of their relationship may not lead to any collaborations in the near future. If you want a Halloween treat to scare away your friends, you can watch the video below.

Written by Casey Fitzmaurice

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