Earlier this week, audio of what is reported to be Drake's next single "Showin Off" leaked. The rapper's new song was prematurely posted on SoundCloud and has since been heard by countless individuals.

As Capital Xtra notes, Drake's record label Universal Music Group has issued a cease-and-desist letter to the person responsible for the leak, but that hasn't stopped others from sharing recordings of the track.

Unfortunately, there are currently no audio clips of "Showin Off" available. However, lucky fans were able to get a first listen of the song earlier in March when when Lauryn Hill’s son Joshua Omaru Marley shared a snippet via Snapchat. The post was captioned: “Drake x Mom. Nobody has this but me.”

According to those who heard the clip, “Showin Off” samples Hill’s 1998 hit song “Ex Factor.” Drake previously sampled Hill's “Doo Wop (That Thing)” in his 2014 track “Draft Day,” although the pair have not yet officially collaborated.

“With your phone out, gotta hit them angles / With your phone out snapping like you Fabo,” Drizzy reportedly raps in the track. “And you're showing off, but it's alright / And you're showing off, but it's alright / It's a short life.”

There's been no confirmation that "Showin Off" is Drake's next single, but he did hint a new song is on its way soon. On Tuesday, the rapper's longtime affiliate Nessel “Chubbs” Beezer took to Instagram to celebrate the success of the chart-topping “God’s Plan,” prompting Drake to comment, “Next one soon splash.”

In related Drake news, he recently announced his next album will be for Toronto. Get the full scoop right here.

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