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“Churchill Downs” is the first collaboration between Drake and Jack Harlow. The song is named after a famous racecourse in Jack’s hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. The duo spit introspective bars over a smooth beat, updating their own lives to listeners through their storytelling. The track’s instrumental, although unknown until after its leak, was previewed on Jack Harlow’s Instagram on March 15, 2022. The snippet featured many muted clips of him in the studio and performing. The song was officially released along with the album with an extended verse from Jack. "The first time I met Drake was like 2019. We were in Atlanta and I was at a party, one of his parties. He was walking across the party and saw me and he just came over to me, and at the time, I was like, pretty wide-eyed, I didn’t have a big record at all. But he was tapped in on me, he was like, “Yo, you got some hard shit”. He told me that, it meant the world to me. We’ve seen each other since over the years. When I had a show in Toronto, he came to the show, I went back to the crib. We’ve gotten to know each other, and then the Turks trip, we took a vacation together. I was looking into his earlobes, it was the cleanest I’ve ever seen." - via The Breakfast Club During the week ending May 21, 2022, “Churchill Downs” peaked at #23 on the Hot 100.