It’s been six years since Drake released his album Scorpion, which featured massive hits like “God’s Plan,” “Nice For What,” “Nonstop,” and “In My Feelings.” Spanning 90 minutes across 25 tracks, the two-disc album marked a shift towards longer tracklists in Drake’s studio albums. As a result, Scorpion included several deep cuts that didn’t receive the same level of attention as his biggest hits. One such cut is “Ratchet Happy Birthday.”

Recently, fans have shown renewed interest in the song following the leak of its original reference track, sung by PARTYNEXTDOOR. A fellow OVO artist, PARTYNEXTDOOR was involved in the creation of Scorpion and recorded his own version of “Ratchet Happy Birthday” as a reference track in 2018. Fans are now comparing the two versions, debating whether PARTYNEXTDOOR’s rendition is better than Drake’s original.

This isn’t the first time a reference track has gone viral. The original version of “Mob Ties,” performed by Vory, is also circulating online. These leaks have sparked discussions about Drake’s legacy.