Drake’s New Record Is a Final Fantasy Inspired !!!

Happy Canada Day on 01/07/18

Drake the well-known Hip Hop artist (rapper) recently, released a new album titled “Scorpion” the name is pretty badass, and since it is Canada day it will be fitting to discuss Drake’s succesful 100 million played Spotify album, Drake is one of the most popular well received mainstream performers, and one of his tracks is called “Final Fantasy” track 12. 

 

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Final Fantasy the legendary gaming franchise by Tetsuya Nomura and Hironobu Sakaguchi and many other public figures, this song is sampled from the legendary video game franchise. Listen carefully to the first portion of the song and you will hear a harp, which is lifted from the Final Fantasy’s legendary prelude theme song.

The notes are in a different, order – but the sounds definitely do appear to be from the classic Japanese role-playing game Of course, you will have to listen to the Canadian musical artist who uses his words, punch lines, lyrical content and creative expression about how he prefers the opposite gender (female) without make up. There is also a part 2 which samples audio from the American talk show Maury.

 Final Fantasy on what’s sure to be one of the biggest records of the year. Drake’s is well-known for playing Fortnite with Ninja and other people he is a big fan of gaming because he recently popped a groundbreaking record which was the Fortnite stream, so it’s no surprise that he’s familiar with Square Enix’s series.

Check out the original Final Fantasy soundtrack it is amazing through here

Check out Drake’s Scorpion Album through here

 

 


Date published: 01/07/18

Source: (1) VGM Hall of Fame [YouTube] (2) Drake Scorpion [Spotify]

Written by: Joseph Opoku 

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