Produced by Wondagurl, “Used To” has more than enough bass to spare and is powered by steady snares and synths, which Drake uses to give advantage, filling his verse with a slew of marching band references, resulting in his bars fitting the track like a glove. Opening up the verse with “Yeah, when you get to where I’m at / You gotta remind ’em where the f— you at / Every time they talking it’s behind your back / Gotta learn to line ’em up and then attack,” he immediately pounces on the track with focused vigor. Comparing his jewelry to long-lost treasure and the Nick Cannnon Drumline reference takes this one over the top and makes for a killer verse.
After this track, having a hot chick open your mail will be on the bucket list of men worldwide. Fresh off vacation and drunk off Hennessy and D’usse, the 6 God decides to send salutations to the competition on “No Tellin’.” When Drake spits, “N—-s think they can come take what I got, let’s be logical, yeah / V-Live, I order that Alfredo pasta / then eat in the kitchen like i’m in the mafia / Houston, they get me though / European, my vehicle How much it hit me fo’?/ Ain’t no tellin’,” you know that he’s taking the kid gloves off and is really getting to business. Tyga also gets thrown a subtle jab just for the hell of it, with Drake threatening to all but end his career. Now that’s an effective subliminal if we’ve ever heard one.