Drake has released a new single “Search And Rescue,” which includes a sample of Kim Kardashian from the hit reality television show “Keeping Up With The Kardashians.” Although the rapper’s father says that the song is not intended to mock Kim’s ex-husband, Kanye West, fans have noticed a resemblance between Kim and the woman depicted on the new track’s cover art.
“Search And Rescue,” produced by BNYX and Sadpony, is Drake’s first new solo tune since his surprise EDM album “Honestly, Nevermind,” which dropped last summer. The song comes after the rapper collaborated with 21 Savage on the joint release “Her Loss” last year. Drake has been hinting at a follow-up to “Her Loss,” and this recent release could be a sign.
The cover art for “Search And Rescue,” which features a woman who looks like Kim Kardashian, has aired speculation that the song is a dig at Kanye West. Dennis Graham, Drake’s father, has confirmed that this is not the case.
The song was produced by BNYX, who has previously worked with Coi Leray and Yeat, and Sadpony, who is recognized for their work with Lil Yachty and 21 Savage.
Regardless of the perceived diss, fans agree that Drake has another hit on his hand. Yeat’s go-to producer, BNXY, who works closely with Yeat, holds down the production alongside SadPony on the record, which debuted on OVO Sound Radio last Friday.
Along with the new tune, Drake is gearing up for his “It’s All A Blur” tour with 21 Savage, which will take the duo across the Americas. The rapper has already offered a taste of what to expect, having performed with J. Cole at Dreamville Festival and in Latin America.