Drake unveils new song ‘Too Much’ on US TV show – watch

Drake performs 'Too Much' backed by British singer Sampha on keyboards and vocals

Drake debuted a new track called ‘Too Much’ during his appearance on US chatshow Late Night With Jimmy Fallon yesterday (September 13).

Drake was accompanied on the song, a stripped down midtempo offering, by British singer Sampha, who played keyboards and provided vocals. “Before I do this song, I just want to say to my friends and family, I want the best for everybody and I love you all,” Drake said as he began the performance – watch it below.

‘Too Much’ is taken from Drake’s forthcoming album ‘Nothing Was The Same’, due for release on September 24. Drake has recently revealed that the album will feature 13 tracks and include guest appearances from his father Dennis Graham, Jay-Z, James Blake and Detail as well as Sampha.


Earlier this month (September) Drake admitted he was “sleeping in his studio” to make sure the album, the follow-up to his 2011 LP ‘Take Care’, would be finished in time.

Meanwhile, Arctic Monkeys covered ‘Hold On We’re Going Home’, a track from Drake’s upcoming album, in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge yesterday (September 13). Hear their version of the song here.

The ‘Nothing Was The Same’ tracklisting in full:

‘Tuscan Leather’
‘Furthest Thing’
‘Started from the Bottom’
‘Wu-Tang Forever’
‘Own It’
‘Worst Behavior’
‘From Time’ feat Jhené Aiko
‘Hold On, We’re Going Home’ feat Majid Jordan
‘The Language’
‘305 to My City’ feat Detail
‘Too Much’ feat Sampha
‘Pound Cake / Paris Morton Music 2’ feat Jay-Z