READING THE SIGNS: The soundtrack of the Louis Vuitton men’s show in Paris on Thursday will feature a new song specially composed by Drake.
The rapper unveiled the collaboration on his Instagram: “New song inspired by @louisvuitton @mrkimjones new collection 🌼 Drake x LV premieres tmrw produced by @ovo40.” The image featured a Hawaiian-style floral print with the words: “Drake signs LV.”
A spokeswoman for Vuitton confirmed the track was titled “Signs,” and said the score was curated by October Firm, the music project created by Drake and Oliver El-Khatib, cofounder of his Ovo Sound label.
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