Drake Announces ‘Nothing Was the Same’ Release Date, Drops Four New Songs
Drake‘s highly anticipated third album, ‘Nothing Was the Same,’ will be release on Sept. 17. The Toronto rapper-singer unveiled the release date as well as four new songs today (June 22) on his new website, OVOSound.com.
Among the four tracks are two new Drake joints — ‘Jodeci Freestyle’ featuring J. Cole and ‘The Motion’ featuring Sampha. The other two songs are from artists on Drizzy’s OVO label: R&B crooner PARTYNEXTDOOR’s ‘Over Here’ and the Atlanta rap trio Migos with ‘Versace.’
There’s no word if Drake is planning to shoot videos for all the aforementioned tracks.
Meanwhile, a week after Drake drops his new album he will embark on his Would You Like a Tour? trek with Miguel and Future. The 42-city jaunt begins Sept. 25 in Portland, Ore., and ends Oct. 25 in Los Angeles.
Listen to Drake’s ‘Jodeci Freestyle’ Feat. J. Cole
Listen to PARTYNEXTDOOR’s ‘Over Here’ Feat. Drake
Listen to Drake’s ‘The Motion’ Feat. Sampha
Listen to Migos’ ‘Versace’ Feat. Drake