"I just want a baby with the right one 'cause I could never be the one to hide one," The Weeknd sings.
Speculation of Drake having once hooked up with Bella Hadid has been circulating the hip-hop community since 2017 -- and The Weeknd's new track with DJ Gesaffelstein might just be the confirmation fans have been craving.
"Lost in the Fire," which is the among the highlights of this week's #NewMusicFriday offerings, makes fairly obvious (and graphic) references to the Star Boy's supermodel girlfriend, while taking a fairly obvious shot at his one-time close friend and collaborator (who reportedly hosted Bella's 21st birthday party when The Weeknd was dating Selena Gomez). Drake and The Weeknd -- real name Abel Tesfaye -- are also both from Toronto and reportedly run in the same circles (clearly).
In verse 1 of "Lost in the Fire," Weeknd sings, "I wanna f--k you slow with the lights on / You're the only one I've got my sights on / Type of sex you could never put a price on / I'll take it off, you're the one I'll roll the dice on / And I just want a baby with the right one / 'Cause I could never be the one to hide one."
That last line is what has Twitter losing its collective mind. In June of last year, Drake revealed he had secretly fathered a child with former porn star Sophie Brussaux. The confession came about after Pusha-T accused him of "hiding" his son, but that's a whole other rap beef involving Kanye West. Drake made it clear he hung out with his baby mama twice and isn't romantically linked to her now.
Check out "Lost in the Fire" and 13 other new tracks TooFab feels you need to hear below.
'Lost in the Fire' - DJ Gesaffelstein ft. The Weeknd
'Let Me Down Slowly' - Alec Benjamin ft. Alessia Cara
'When I Was Older' - Billie Eilish
'Giant' - Calvin Harris and Rag'n'Bone Man
'Jumpin on a Jet' - Future
'Without Me' - Halsey ft. Juice Wrld
'Believer' - Imagine Dragons ft. Lil Wayne
'Nights Like This' - Kehlani ft. Ty Dolla $ign
'Saturday Nights (Remix)' - Khalid ft. Kane Brown
'Hope Is a Dangerous Thing for a Woman to Have - But I Have It' - Lana del Rey
'More Than That' - Lauren Jauregui
'Dancing with a Stranger' - Sam Smith and Normani
'Wasted' - Jesse McCartney
'Repeat After Me' - Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike, Armin van Buuren and W&W