Drake's Would You Like A Tour is hitting England this week, and at his show at Birmingham's National Indoor Arena, the Toronto rapper treated fans to the debut of a new, as-yet-unreleased song.
The moody ballad, which is reportedly titled "Call On Me," features Drake's vocals set against minimalist piano chords and cymbal shimmers.
Drake takes his tour to Liverpool tonight before hitting London for three nights at the O2 Arena. And it looks like he may be just as busy after wrapping the tour: According to Consequence of Sound, Drake told the audience that he would soon be heading home to work on a new album.
Yesterday, news also emerged that Ontario's Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport has awarded Drake a grant of $300,000 for his annual OVO Fest. The festival, which is entering its fifth year, will be held on August 3rd and 4th at Toronto's Molson Canadian Amphitheatre and features performances by Drake and Outkast.
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This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Drake Debuts New Song During Birmingham Concert