We’re surprised that it took this long, but an artist has finally unleashed a remix of Drake’s “Trophies.” This one — there will certainly be more — comes courtesy of A$AP Ferg.

Let’s hope this doesn’t open up a can of worms. Drake dropped his long awaited track “Trophies,” and we’ve already received a remix from Migos.

“Would You Like A Tour?” participants have been anticipating Drake‘s new song titled “Trophies” for a hot minute. Now, the OVO head honcho has finally satiated audiophiles with the official/CDQ track.

The moment many were anxiously awaiting is finally here, as Drake debuts the final version of “Trophies.” This tune didn’t make the final cut of Nothing Was The Same, but it became highly sought after word of it possibly featuring Rick Ross traveled around social media and previews appeared on the Internets.

UPDATE: The CDQ official version is here. The Internets waits for no one. Drake’s much anticipated “Trophies,” which will leave everyone asking, “Why didn’t he put this on his new album?,” has been liberated.

Seemingly anything with Drake‘s name on it is a hot commodity and should never go to waste if you let fans tell it. That said, the Canadian MC plans to keep his momentum going by liberating tracks that didn’t make Nothing Was The Same before 2014.

Footage of Drake‘s DJ, Future the Prince, playing the unreleased Hit-Boy-produced record called “Trophies” at the Brooklyn show of the “Would You Like A Tour?” surfaced. With the Internets highly anticipating the horn-laden track’s release, Revolt TV unveils an interview with the YMCMB rapper that gives more information on what he plans to do with it […]

Drake previewed a Hit-Boy produced track rumored to feature Rick Ross in his Nothing Was The Same trailer, but when the album released, the record was nowhere to be found on the track list. But this all changed when his DJ, Future the Prince, previewed a portion of the record at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.