Featured on the album Views, the song "One Dance" is a Billboard Hot 100 chart song by Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer and actor Drake.
The song also features vocals from Nigerian Afrobeat artist Wizkid and British singer Kyla.
"One Dance" was released on April 5, 2016 by Ovo Sound, Young Money and Cash Money record labels. To it's writing contributed a long list of people: Graham, Shebib, Aman, Tekleab, Themba Sekowe, Logan Sama, Osabuohien Osaretin, Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, Jefferies, Kyla Smith, Errol Reid.
The song is a UK funky, Dancehall, Afrobeat and R&B mix of musical genres.
"One Dance" by Drake hit the radio stations a week after it's release, on April 12, 2016.
The song had a wonderful start in the charts after it's release, reaching number one in the United States and Canada. This made "One Dance" Drake's first song to ever hit both charts at first position.
"One Dance" is written in the key of B♭ minor and has a tempo of 98 beats per minute in common time. The song follows a chord progression of B♭m – D♭ – E♭m, and Drake's vocals span from A♭3 to B♭4. This makes "One Dance" an excellent song to play on your piano. In order to help you with that, we have collected a list of free piano sheet music for Drake's One Dance song that you can download.
The piano notes for this song are soft, yet powerful, managing to reach deep inside your heart and soul. This song is appropriate to play on any occasion. It will surely create an awesome atmosphere regarding of the audience.
The song had a great reception to the audience. Pitchfork Media said that:
"Kyla's voice and that resonant piano mash are the first things heard before they cave into a throbbing, wine-worthy tropical thumper. The message is as simple as the beat is mesmerizing: "One Dance" is about the spiritual connection two people can have in a club, when vibrations charge the air and they lose themselves. Drake's verses drift while Wizkid's echoing chirps melt into the fabric of the rhythm. In the closing seconds, a series of tones and polyrhythms collapse in on one another as Kyla's croons give way the Drake's once more. It feels symbolic of the full-fledged multiculturalism on display."
Also, Luke Morgan Britton of NME called "One Dance" a "dancehall-indebted dancefloor-filler, the size of which we've not heard since 'Hotline Bling'."
So, without anything more, feel free to indulge in the free piano sheets for Drake's One Dance, and start clapping those piano keys!