As Drake wraps up his European leg of 'Would You Like a Tour' excursion, he stopped for a moment to sing an unreleased track exclusively for his British fans in Birmingham, England last Friday (March 21).

According to Word on the Road, Drizzy performed 'Days In the East,' an emotionally-driven song that was produced by his EVO Sound artist PARTYNEXTDOOR.

It’s a minimalistic ballad with Drake yearning for the comfort of a distant lover. The lines, "She's not here right now" and "call on me" are repeated throughout the song.

Hmm, is Drake speaking of his blossoming relationship with Rihanna? Who knows?

At the end of the song, the 'Trophies' rapper tells the Birmingham crowd that if they ever get lonely they can call on him.

On Saturday (March 22), Drake performed the song again at his Liverpool stop, but with slightly different lyrics this time.

There’s no word if Drake will release a CD-quality version of the song for his fans.

Meanwhile, Drake has received $300,000 in government funding for his 2014 OVO Fest, much to everyone's chagrin. The two-day festival, which takes place Aug. 3 and 4 in Toronto, will feature headliners OutKast. Tickets are on sale now.

Watch Drake Perform 'Days In the East' in Liverpool