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Great Job, Internet!: Drake and Sufjan Stevens flow together surprisingly well

You wouldn’t expect Canadian rapper Drake and soulful folk songwriter Sufjan Stevens to have much in common. Drake’s all boisterousness and emphasis, while Stevens’ best works are moody, somber, reserved. But it’s clear that the folk singer admires the Views rapper’s work; he’s covered “Hotline Bling” more than once in concert, clearly enjoying the hell out of its smooth jams.
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