Drake and Rihanna Are ‘Too Good’ Together on New Song
For the last few months everyone has been jamming to Rihanna's hit single 'Work' featuring Drake. Now Drake has exclusively released his album Views on Apple Music and the duo have paired up again to create a banger called "Too Good."
This is the duo's fourth collaboration following “What’s My Name?," “Take Care” and "Work." Their latest song is very relatable as it seems two people are in a relationship going back and forth explaining they love each other but how that love has dwindled. And as much as they keep trying to make it work, they have to let go because their love is being taken for granted.
"I'm too good to you / I'm way too good to you / You take my love for granted / I just don't understand it," Drake sings on the chorus.
Despite the rumors of Rihanna and Drake having their own relationship, this song doesn't seem to be about them specifically as they still are very close.
In a recent interview with Zane Lowe, which you can fully listen to here, Drake expressed his gratitude for Ri-Ri.
“It wouldn’t be a record without Rihanna,” he said. “We do well together as a team.”
“She got in the studio and just bodied it,” the 6 God rapper added. “It was flawless victory when she sent it back. Everything was perfect.”
Although "Too Good" is the only track Rihanna put her vocals on, it's not her only feature on the album. Drake references the "Kiss It Better" singer on another track, "Hype". He raps, “They want to be on TV right next to me / You cannot be right next to me / Don’t you see Ri-Ri next to me?”
It seems these two just can't do anything wrong when it comes to collaborating with one another.