Of all the tracks on Drake’s surprise album Honestly, Nevermind, his unexpected club cut “Massive” is the one that really leaves you wanting more. A sleek, sensual piano house tune co-produced by Gordo (the house alias of the Guatemalan American DJ Carnage), it gets the spirit of house music exactly right: The vibe is intimate, yearning, and thoughtfully restrained, with soft synths and piano vamps that glimmer like strobe lights behind a curtain of smoke. Drake’s vocals, more textural accompaniment than driving melodic force, sound raw and tender as he pleads for connection (“I was alone in this world/And I needed people,” he coos). It feels like a nod to the power of togetherness and that special, implicit human connection that can only be found on a dance floor. Listen to “Massive” now and add danceXL to your library to stay up on the tracks roaring through festivals and clubs around the world.