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Drake's "Chicago Freestyle" Explained

Two-thirty baby won't you meet me by The Bean?

Plus: "When To Say When."


See also:

* "Chicago Freestyle" on Genius.



"Over dreamy piano, Drake reflects on some romantic discontent during a tour stop in Chicago," Songfacts says. "After arriving in the Windy City, Dreezy tells us how he unsuccessfully tried to hook up with a couple of girls he knows."

Hit one, she say she got a man
Hit another one, it goes green
Must've changed phones on the team



"['Chicago Freestlye'] unpacks the run-of-the-mill anxieties and flexes associated with his nightlife."


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