Drake pays tribute to Eminem as he uses “Superman” chorus in new song “Chicago Freestyle”

Remy Gelenidze
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“Chicago Freestyle” was released simultaneously with Drizzy’s new single “When To Say When.” Drake dedicates his lyrics to the lessons he learned on his come-up and reflects on the various mistakes he made in his past relationships.

In the hook of the freestyle, Drake pays tribute to Eminem by referencing the song “Superman” released on The Eminem Show in 2002 with slightly changed lyrics. You can listen to the new track after the jump below:

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