Here's What Plain White T's Think of Drake's "Wah Gwan Delilah" Remix

Confused, skeptical and maybe a little offended about sums it up

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BY Ben OkazawaPublished Jun 5, 2024

Plain White T's were all of us upon their first listen of Drake's parody of their 2006 smash hit "Hey There Delilah" — confused, skeptical and maybe a little offended. 

The Chicago-founded pop-rock band shared a video on Instagram today reacting to "Wah Gwan Delilah," which initially came out as a solo track by Toronto social media creator Snowd4y before the Drake-assisted remix came out on June 3. 

It's safe to say, they weren't impressed. And, if the song is as much a joke as we hope it is, they didn't find it very funny. 

Although the band initially sat back, content just to question what kilometres are during Snowd4y's portion of the track, lead singer Tom Higgenson gave his two cents when the alleged Drake verse kicks in.

"That's not Drake," he asserted. "It's crazy that everybody thinks that it's real, but it seems like it's very obvious. I don't know, but it's cool. Whatever."

Although the words are tame enough, it was pretty clear by his facial expressions that Higgenson was just as baffled as the rest of us. It's fair to assume that the track is AI, but given Drake posted it to his Instagram story, it actually appears to be real.

Check out his and the band's reactions below along with the full track (at your own risk).

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