Never Recover
by Lil Baby and Gunna (featuring Drake)

Album: Drip Harder (2018)
Charted: 46 15
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Songfacts®:

  • This braggadocious anthem features a blazing guest verse by Drake in which he boasts about the millions his records are making.

    Look at my story, man, no one could write it
    Now I see a million, I don't get excited
    I might just YSL my s--t, the Thugger way
    Ain't no real sense in me goin' the other way


    Gunna is signed to YSL (Young Stoner Life) Records, which is an imprint of 300 Entertainment. The label is owned by Gunna's mentor Young Thug, who is also known as Thugger.
  • This is the first collaboration between Drake and Gunna. However, Dreezy and Lil Baby previously worked together on the latter's single "Yes Indeed," which peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 earlier in 2018.
  • The hard-hitting production is courtesy of Drip Harder executive producer Turbo and Tay Keith. It represents Drake's fourth hit collaboration with Tay Keith, the previous three being "Look Alive" with BlocBoy JB, "Sicko Mode" with Travis Scott and "Nonstop."

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