Pete Davidson performed two new comedy records called ‘Drake Song’ and ‘Andre 2000’ on last night’s (April 11) episode of Saturday Night Live.
‘Drake Song’ hears Davidson run through a series of topics and lines he thinks make up most of Drake‘s popular records. “This is a Drake song/ I miss my ex/ This is a Drake song/ Number one on the Billboard/ Number one on the Billboard,” he sings.
Filmed at home under a pink light while wearing a big puffer jacket, the video appears to be a nod towards Drizzy’s ‘Hotline Bling’ video.
Watch the video for ‘Drake Song’ below:
The comic also shared another song, ‘Andre 2000’, mocking rappers who flaunt cash in their videos.
The song – a play on Outkast rapper Andre 3000‘s stage name – hears Davidson rap, “I’m a new young rapper on the block, about $2000 is all I got/ I put it in the video in every shot/ It’s $2000, it’s all I got/ But it looks good in the video, but it’s only 20 hundreds though.”
On the hook, he spits: “I got $2000/ It looks like a lot in the video, but it’s only $2000.”
Martin took on a solo version of ‘Shelter From The Storm’, from Dylan’s classic 1974 LP ‘Blood On The Tracks’.