From the Album
• "Nice for What" is a song recorded by Canadian rapper Drake. It serves as the lead single to Drake's fifth studio album, Scorpion (2018).
• It debuted at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100, replacing Drake's own "God's Plan" and becoming his fifth US number one.
• Musically, "Nice for What" is an upbeat hip hop and bounce song that contains elements of early 2000's R&B. It samples Lauryn Hill's
1998 song "Ex-Factor" and features clips from Big Freedia. Lyrically, Drake raps about "cutting loose in the midst of a relationship".
• In the United States, Drake became the first artist to have a new number-one debut replace their former number-one debut ("God's Plan") at the top of the Hot 100. "Nice for What" became the 30th song in Billboard history to enter at number one. It also became Drake's fifth US number-one song overall and third as a lead artist.
April 6, 2018
Hip Hop, Bounce
Aubrey Graham, Shane Lindstrom, Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Dennis Coles, Robert Diggs, Gary E. Grice, Marvin Hamlisch, Lamont Hawkins, Lauryn Hill, Jason Hunter, Russell Jones, Clifford Smith, Corey Woods, Orville Hall, Phillip Price
Murda Beatz, Blaqnmild (co.), Noah "40" Shebib (add.), Corey Litwin (add.)
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