Released Friday, “Top Off” finds each of the stars taking turns at the mic. After Future spits rhymes, JAY-Z takes over and raps, “Riding around town with FLOTUS,” seemingly introducing Bey.
“I break the internet/Top 2/And I ain’t No. 2,” she sings before owning the fact that she’s a “triple threat.”
At various points, both JAY and Bey reference Meek Mill’s incarceration for violating parole, which JAY recently wrote about in a New York Times op-ed critical of the criminal justice system. “In the hood hollering Free Meek,” sings Beyoncé.
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“Top Off” is the first single from DJ Khaled’s upcoming album, Father of Asahd, the name of which is inspired by his role as a father to his mini-me son, 16-month old Asahd Tuck Khaled. Both father and son are featured in the single’s cover art, which hilariously shows Asahd sitting up on a leather seat next to his superstar parent in a luxury vehicle.
Listen to “Top Off” in the Spotify embed above.