Drake’s latest Instagram post has sparked widespread speculation of a possible collaboration with MF DOOM. The Toronto mega-star took to IG early Monday morning (December 4) to post the cover art of DOOM and Madlib’s 2004 Madvillainy classic, along with a quote from the LP’s second track, “Accordion.”
“Just keep ya eye out like aye aye captain,” Drake wrote in the post’s caption, followed by a GOAT emoji.
Drake’s post has led to many fans speculating whether a collaboration between the two is in the works, with many questioning what a potential song would sound like. Check out some of the latest reactions below.
funny that drake tweeted a pic of doom when they aren’t even in the same universe as rappers
— bat (@Batmandel) December 4, 2017
Drake listens to Doom makes him 7.6% cooler. pic.twitter.com/jdiDFK2bDR
— Brick James. (@HassanAJames) December 4, 2017
Drake bout to do shit with DOOM? 🤔
— Celtics 20-4 ☘️ (@NicoSportsman) December 4, 2017
Drake posting DOOM is super interesting. Dusty raps from drake coming soon? I hope so
— 💖 Self-Loathing Stunner 💖 (@therarejaCra) December 4, 2017
underground guys mad jarred cuss drake put up mf doom LOOOOOL
— toritseju (@doriss666) December 4, 2017
DRAKE X MF DOOM? YES PLEASE.
—  (@Conn_Orgasm) December 4, 2017
Drake showing love to MF Doom caught me off guard but I’m fucking here for it especially for a collab
— Anthony (@AnthonyBala29) December 4, 2017
Been trying to figure out the meaning of Drake posting MF Doom all night…!What does it mean? Are we receiving new music?
— Rick Blaine (@DreMacsAMillion) December 4, 2017
Drake posting MF DOOM is the most shocking thing ever
— Nick Bee 🐝 (@NickBeezus) December 4, 2017
What would a drake doom collab soundlike LMFAOOO.
*plays accordion beat*
“Key chain go jangalangggggg”
— OTTOROCKETT. (@GRANTTHAGR8) December 4, 2017
This isn’t the first time Drake has quoted MF DOOM on social media. At the start of 2013, he also tweeted lyrics from “Accordion.”
When he got the mic you don't go next – Doom
— Drizzy (@Drake) January 20, 2013
Drake’s been teasing new music more and more recently, so the lyric could also just be advance notice that he’s got something coming soon and to get ready.