The adult entertainment company was name-dropped in the project’s “Final Fantasy” track, which finds Drizzy rapping about his raunchy desires.
“I need it nasty like, like Evil Angel, like Vivid/You know, nasty like how they give it.”
It was a pretty funny line that didn’t go unnoticed—especially by male listeners.
“We’re thrilled to have Drake’s endorsement of Evil Angel reaching so many people,” Chris Gentile, Evil Angel’s VP of Product, said in a press release. “And we’re going to capitalize on it: We plan to bring a bunch of Evil Angel porn stars to Drake’s Los Angeles show this coming October […] Drake proves again that he’s the only rapper as good as Kendrick Lamar.”
And just when you thought this situation couldn't get any more amusing, sociologist and sex researcher Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals offered her two cents on the Evil Angel reference.
“I was delighted to hear Drake’s respect given to Evil Angel in ‘Final Fantasy,’” she said. “Not only is it refreshing to hear very public acknowledgment of adult consumption, it’s great to know that such a highly respected cultural voice has such discerning taste.”
“Final Fantasy”—produced by Boi-1da, Jahaan Sweet, and Noah “40” Shebib—appears on Scorpion's B side. You can listen to the full project now on Apple Music/iTunes.