One of the biggest names in the American music industry, Drake surprised the world by releasing an unreleased studio album on audio platforms. the disk “Honestly, Nevermind“, with 14 tracks, received mixed reviews from the specialized media, with some vehicles showing some disappointment with the project and its more danceable characteristic.
The rapper, however, guarantees that he is not worried about the reception of the album. In a video circulating on social media, Drake comments on the album’s evaluations, at what seems to be the launch party for the new tracks. Champagne Papi it says: “It’s okay if you still don’t understand, that’s fine. That’s what we do. We hope you understand. We are here, however, we have already paid. For the next”.
The video ends with the artist singing a snippet of the track “Calling My Name“, which was reproduced at the event.
In an interview with the radio show “Table for One“, the rapper explained that “Honestly, Nevermind” took about six or seven months to produce. Drake even hinted that he’s working on another EP.”Scary Hours” with the composer Kenza Samir.
“Honestly, Nevermind“is Drake’s seventh studio album and was released nine months after the record’s arrival.”Certified Lover Boy“.
Drake Dances With Jack Harlow’s Mom In ‘Churchill Downs’ Video
reached the channel Jack Harlow at the YouTube the clip of “Churchill Downs“, a partnership with Drakewhich is part of the album “Come Home The Kids Miss You“. The video was filmed in Louisville, Kentucky, United States, during the “Kentucky Derby” – traditional turf competition – this year.
in the record, Harlow appears making a baseball bat in a factory and watching the competition on the race track. When Drake appears in the production, he sings his verses with a crowd watching the event. In one of the scenes, the rapper dances with the mother of jack.
The clip also has the participation of Bryson Tiller, Druski and DJ Drama. Jack reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 with the single “First Class“, which is also part of the disc “Come Home The Kids Miss You“.