Drake Announces ‘Nothing Was The Same’ Release Date + 4 New Songs
Drake shocked the world late Friday night, choosing to announce the release date for “Nothing Was The Same” in grandiose fashion. Drizzy tweeted out a link to his new label’s website. The site revealed that the album will be coming out September 17, and added four new songs to the mix.
Would You Like Some Music? http://t.co/QnAHYMEqch
- Drizzy (@Drake) June 22, 2013
The first song was “The Motion,” a smooth, catchy song featuring British singer Sampha. This song will definitely become a summertime anthem. His second song is called “Jodeci Freestyle,” and features J. Cole. Despite the title of the song paying homage to the R&B group, there is nothing soft about the bars the two rappers spit on this one. It looks like Drake is back to rehashing the lyrical beef between himself and Pusha T, saying, “See I can talk keys without pitchin’ ‘caine/Pay yourself and owe yourself/Before you come to my city just know yourself.”
The third and fourth songs are simply Drake features. The third song is the remix for “Versace,” the new single from Atlanta buzzmakers Migos. Drizzy switches up his flow to match the frenetic energy of the track. Mellowing back down, Drake gets introspective on the fourth cut, “Over Here,” which is by his artist PARTYNEXTDOOR. PARTYNEXTDOOR’s album should be dropping on July 1, the first project from the new OVO Sound label. Via OVO