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Drake speaks on using ‘Ikebe’ And ‘Bakassi’ in Swae Lee’s ‘Won’t be late’ produced by Tekno

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Drake speaks on using ‘Ikebe’ And ‘Bakassi’ in Swae Lee’s ‘Won’t be late’ produced by TeknoSwae Lee’s ‘Won’t be late’ hit which Drake got featured in being released and the ‘In My Feelings’ singer reveals how he got to know about the names Ikebe and Bakasi which he used in the song.

Recall, that Nigerian superstar singer, Tekno was listed as those who produced the song, Drake sang in which he ‘went foreign’ with ‘Ikebe and Bakassi’. Part of the Canadian rapper’s verse on the hit song was ‘Ikebe, pressing on me heavy, Pressing up against me real close. Bakasi, moving on me’.

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Drake went on to reveal how he got to know about the Nigerian slangs for a*s after the song became some fans’ favourite, in an exchange with a Nigerian Instagram user. The rapper said he made some research on his own even though Tekno brought life to it by changing the ryhthm.

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