Drake tends to his recently open parenthood on no less than two melodies. Notwithstanding “Emotionless,” he handles the gossipy tidbits on “Spring fourteenth,” the last melody on Scorpion.
“I needed to deal with the way that it is anything but a possibly/That poo is in stone, fixed and marked/She’s not my darling like Billie Jean, but rather the child is mine,” Drake raps, diving profound into the individual subtle elements of the circumstance. “Poo, we just met two times,” he said of Sophie Brussaux, the Frenchwoman who had been reputed to be the mother of Drake’s child.
He goes ahead to express the challenges and laments he feels that originate from parenthood. “I’m around here on cutting edges simply endeavoring to ensure I see him now and again/It’s breaking my soul/’Single parent’ I detest when I hear it/I tested my folks on each collection, now I’m humiliated to disclose to them I’m a co-parent/Always guaranteed a family/I needed it to be distinctive in light of the fact that I’ve experienced it.”
Drake likewise addresses his child specifically, letting him know “I don’t need you to stress over whose house you inhabit/Or who cherishes you more, or who’s not there.”