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Drake Debuts New Song 'Too Much' on 'Jimmy Fallon'

September 16, 2013 (4:20 am) GMT
The Toronto rapper gives fans the first listen to the Sampha-assisted new track, which tells about his relationship with his family and close friends after he turns into a famous superstar.

appeared on "" on Friday night, September 13 and treated fans with a brand new song. The Toronto MC performed "Too Much", a track that is featured in his upcoming "" album.

The track is a collaboration with singer Sampha. It is about Drake's relationship with his family and friends that changes after he transformed into a famous hip-hop star. "Before I do this song, I just wanna say to my friends and family, I want the best for everybody and I love you all," Drake said before performing the song.

"Someone go tell Noel to get the Backwoods/ Money got my whole family going backwards/ No dinners, no holidays, no nothing/ There's issues at hand that we're not discussing," he rapped.

Drake also sat down for an interview with host . The 26-year-old rapper discussed his upcoming tour with and that kicks off in October. "He's absolutely incredible. He's like that guy that every single thing is impeccable. Performance, as a person, musically," Drake praised Miguel.

He then teamed up with Fallon to beat guest star , who was joined by ' Black Thought, in a friendly game of Charades.

Drake's "Nothing Was the Same" is due out on September 24.



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