I feel no shame for my obsession with Drake's newest hit. I know it makes me a basic bro or whatever, but who the hell cares -- it's a fantastic song. Unlike the other songs out there that use a real working number (re: 867-5309) there hasn't been a ton of coverage... or really any coverage about people actually calling the number, or who owns it, for that matter.
For what it's worth, here it is: 1-800-468-546325464
I called it and got some interesting results. When you make a local call with way more digits than the average telephone number, only the first eleven go through. So I was promptly connected to a regular working phone number.
After waiting for a few rings, I was connected to an automated voice informing me that I had called "1-800 Hotline," a company that protects against credit card fraud. Per my editor's request, I hit zero and was connected with a human named Nancy. Speaking with a slight midwestern accent, Nancy informed me that the call center she worked for was fully aware of the Drake song and suggested I talk to her manager, Rob. So I did.