Size: 7 inches x 5 inches
Sound: "I Don't Know How To Talk To You VIGUBUGULAH *WHISTLE* VIGUBUGULAH ALAVIGUHLAH I Don't Know How To Talk To You VIGUBUGULAH *WHISTLE* VIGUBUGULAH ALAVIGUHLAH"
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Finding the right words could be difficult, especially when you want to be original with your well wishes. The words "Happy Birthday" are just too generic to say especially in a Facebook comment. It's okay not to have the words. Just say whatever random sounds come to mind first. It might sound a little messy but it's the thought that counts.
On April 29, 2016 the hip-hop artist and worldwide phenomenon known as Drake dropped his long awaited "VIEWS," originally titled "Views From The 6" (probably changed the name because he had a bad view from the 6). The cover itself was revealed 3 days prior to the album drop and featured Drake sitting atop the CN Tower, the rapper barely noticeable. Within minutes the meme became known as "Tiny Drake," featuring his small figure sitting atop random people, places and things.
One of the tracks off the album "Too Good," features one of hip-hop's most watched couples: Drake and Rihanna. At this rate we've lost count of how many collaborations they've done but the end result is good. Maybe Drake uses "let's collab" as a way to get RiRi into the studio and close to him. Good game.
As the follow up to Rihanna's "Work," the song has similar Caribbean-inspired polyrhythm like Drake's "One Dance." Drake might be Canadian but if you asked him, he'll swear he's Jamaican mon. The song can't escape Drake's thirstiness for some love as he states: "I wanna benefit from the friendship/I wanna get the late night message." He and Rihanna also seem to be having some trouble with communication as both state "I don't how to talk to you" which is featured in the sound in the card.
The gibberish part of the sound comes from Ciga Peva's international cover of Jason Derulo's "Wiggle" featuring Snoop Dogg.
Tired of saying Happy Birthday and can't think of anything original? Just make up your own language as Drake & Rihanna announce "I Don't Know How To Talk To You" from Too Good.