Drake Releases Full Version of "Can I" Featuring Beyonce

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After a preview of their collaboration was leaked back in May, Drake and Beyonce's song "Can I" has finally been released in full. Billboard reports that the OVO Sound Radio show on Beats 1 premiered "Can I" in its entirety on Sat., Oct. 3, and honestly it doesn't sound much more fleshed out than the teaser that hit the 'net this summer. And while we implored Drizzy to incorporate a few more Beyoncé vocals in the final cut of the song, it seems that we'll have to settle for some barely-there ad-libs.

On "Can I," Drake raps, "Tell you what I think my biggest flaw is/I try to be consistent but I can't/Before I turn the lights out/Tell who me the f**k you wanna be." Meanwhile, Bey backs him up with the phrase, "Can I, baby?"
Why yes, Beyoncé, you can sing a little more, that is! No shade to Drake, but we could've used way more Bey on this track. Just sayin'...

Despite the skimpy vocals from Bey, new Drizzy music is always a great thing. Plus "Can I" is rumored to be included on the rapper's elusive album Views From the 6, but we have a feeling that's just another clever way of distracting us while we wait.
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