Fans have been sent into a frenzy after a certain ‘K. De Bruyne’ was given a writing credit for one of Drake’s new songs. 

Drake’s album ‘For All the Dogs’ was released in October and the credit listings for its newly added bonus songs have caused a storm. 

‘Wick Man’ has been released as a bonus song on the superstar rapper’s album for which ‘K. De Bruyne’ has been given the third credit. 

MailOnline has contacted Manchester City and Universal Music Group in an attempt to verify if it is indeed the Belgium star Kevin De Bruyne, who was previously pictured with Drake.

One Belgian publication, Le Soir, suggests that listing should actually read Kevin Durant, the Phoenix Suns basketball star who received a separate credit and is listed as the executive producer on his new EP ‘Scary Hours 3’.  

Fans are speculating if Kevin De Bruyne has been given a credit for Drake's song 'Wick Man'

Fans are speculating if Kevin De Bruyne has been given a credit for Drake’s song ‘Wick Man’

On Spotify's listing for the song, a certain K. De Bruyne has been given the third writing credit

On Spotify’s listing for the song, a certain K. De Bruyne has been given the third writing credit

Kevin Durant was listed as the executive producer on a separate work, an EP called 'Scary Hours 3. Belgian publication Le Soir suggests he might have been due the 'Wick Man credit'

Kevin Durant was listed as the executive producer on a separate work, an EP called ‘Scary Hours 3. Belgian publication Le Soir suggests he might have been due the ‘Wick Man credit’

‘Man is everywhere, assisting both on and off the pitch,’ wrote one user on X, formerly Twitter. 

Another said: ‘Kevin De Bruyne wrote a song for Drake on his new release. Grammy award-winning midfielder soon’.

One said: ‘He’s out here completing side quests’.

Another wrote: ‘Assisting Haaland on the field and Drake off the field’. 

‘Is there anything Kevin De Bruyne can’t do?? Man’s writing raps for Drake now?’ one asked. 

Music website Genius lists the credited name as ‘Kevin De Bruyne’, but the reliability of this is uncertain.  

De Bruyne is currently out injured and has had surgery for a recurring hamstring problem

He was withdrawn from City’s 3-0 win over Burnley at the start of the season and the estimates said he would be out for three to four months. 

De Bruyne is battling to come back from injury and feature for Manchester City again

De Bruyne is battling to come back from injury and feature for Manchester City again

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