I'm On One
by Future (featuring Drake)

Album: I Never Liked You (2022)
Charted: 50 11
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  • Here, Future hooks up with Drake to lay down braggadocio rhymes about the standard tropes of the rapper lifestyle: drugs, women and designer goods.

    The pair also namedrop several sports greats, including Michael Phelps, John Madden, Cristiano Ronaldo, Alexander Ovechkin and Lionel Messi.
  • Future's chorus refers to him rapping while on pills. He elaborates on the first verse:

    Pop an Adderall so I can focus

    Future rapped a similar lyric on his High Off Life track "Solitaires":

    Twelve o'clock, and I got my gun clocked, and I'm on one pill
  • This is the second song titled "I'm On One" that Drake has guested on. Back in 2011, he featured on DJ Khaled's song of the same title along with Rick Ross.
  • Torey Montana created the trap beat. The producer previously worked with Future on "Rockstar Chainz," a track from his collaborative album with Lil Uzi Vert, Pluto x Baby Pluto.
  • Future and Drake are regular collaborators dating back to "Tony Montana" on the Atlanta rapper's 2012 debut album Pluto. They also hooked up on another I Never Liked You track, "Wait For U."


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