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Upset Drake Slams His Label for Yanking His Songs Off the Web

June 25, 2011 (3:16 am) GMT
The 'Thank Me Later' rapper is enraged with Universal for taking down his songs from the internet, blasting 'I am doing this for the people not for your label.'
Drake

is upset with Universal, the parent company of his record label. The rapper slammed people at the giant company because they had deleted his songs from the internet. "Universal needs to stop taking my f***ing songs down," he tweeted.

Drizzy has posted at least two new songs on his official blog; one called "Marvin's Room" and the other titled "Trust Issues". Explaining his move to give away the tracks for free download on file-hosting site, he wrote, "I am doing this for the people not for your label."

"Marvin's Room" is a sleep-deprived song which features drizzy drunk dialing his ex-girlfriend after a break-up. The rapper's drunken phone call in the mellow song was answered by in a remixed track subtitled "Can't Do Better". Meanwhile, "Trust Issues" which still revolves around a doomed relationship is filled with calming, and soothing melodies.

Drake is currently preparing for his upcoming second studio album "" which is expected to come out in the U.S. on October 24 which happens to be his 25th birthday. An official first single from the effort is promised to be released sometime next month.

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