Drake and 21 Savage’s long-awaited collaborative album here the loss has been delayed.
Tonight (October 26), Drake announced via his Instagram Stories that his surprise collaboration album with 21 Savage has been pushed back to next Friday, November 4, instead of its initial date of this Friday, October 28.
“Our brother @OVO40 contracted COVID while mixing and mastering crack so he’s resting and NOVEMBER 4th is HIS LOSS day, see you soon.”
Earlier this week, Hit twice daily reported via “inside sources” that the album “came as a surprise to both Republic bosses and fans of the artist” when it was announced this past Saturday afternoon (Oct. 22).
the news of here the loss came via a music video for Drizzy and 21’s most recent collaboration, “Jimmy Cooks,” which featured the message “HER LOSS – ALBUM BY DRAKE AND 21 SAVAGE – OCTOBER 28, 2022” on the screen around the midway point. of the clip.
“Jimmy Cooks” is the release track from Drake’s most recent album, honestly it doesn’t matter, which fell earlier this year to less than favorable reviews. The A-list MC received backlash for the record’s predominant focus on house music, as he dropped it without revealing that it was not a hip-hop release.
The day after honestly it doesn’t matter dropped, Drake responded to critics of the album. “Everything is fine if you still don’t understand. Everything is fine,” he said in an IG video. “That’s what we do. We’re waiting for you to catch up. We’re here though. We’re already stuck. Next time. My God.”
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