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0 to 100/ The Catch Up by Drake
Album: not included on an albumReleased: 2014Charted:
Drake dropped this summer jam on June 1, 2014. The head-nodding banger features six minutes of braggadocious rhymes as the Toronto MC boasts of going from 0 to 100 quickly in the rap game (associating it to a car's acceleration).
The song was produced by Drake's in-house collaborators Boi-1da and Noah "40" Shebib, with Paul Jefferies (aka Nineteen85).
The second half of the song features ethereal sampled vocals by James Blake on the outro. The pair previously partnered when the British singer/songwriter remixed Drake's "Come Thru." This outro isn't included on the iTunes or Spotify version of this track.
This was the cause of a fight arising from Diddy accusing Drake of stealing Boi-1da's "0 to 100" beat. According to TMZ.com
the Bad Boy founder was given the instrumental first, but he sat on the vocals, so Drizzy released the song without the hip-hop legend. Diddy confronted the Toronto MC at DJ Khaled's Miami birthday party and punched him in the shoulder, which resulted in Drake requiring hospital treatment.