When he’s not busy flexing fits on the 'gram, Drake occasionally sets aside time to actually flex during a workout. Video footage that surfaced early Monday morning shows him going for a late-night run with professional boxer Gervonta Davis and some other mates.

According to Twitter account @ovofamily, a new Drake track is playing, using a sample from a 2007 dubstep track from Bristol-based DJ and producer Peverelist. No word yet on whether or not this is an official new track or who else features on the song, but you can check out the video below.

Drake’s latest song “Signs” debuted at Louis Vuitton’s SS18 show back in June. He recently featured on DJ Khaled’s “To the Max” and Wizkid’s “Come Closer,” and of course dropped his More Life playlist back in March.

Revisit “Hotline Bling” below.

In other music news, Diddy said JAY-Z’s ‘4:44’ is the album of the year and his best album yet. More on that right here.

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