Drake’s New Album Honestly, Nevermind
If Drake’s new album Honestly, Nevermind is anything to go by, it’s a return to house music and a radical reset for the 35-year-old artist. The album also features production from 40, Gordo and Black Coffee. Honestly, Nevermind is out June 17 via Republic Records and OVO Sound.
Honestly, Nevermind is Drake’s seventh studio album
Drake’s seventh studio album, Honestly, Nevermind, was released today. The album is a deep dive into dance music. The album is largely influenced by club music, house music, and poolside bops, which has long been a staple of Drake’s music.
It’s a return to house music
Drake’s new album Honestly, Nevermind was released last Friday. It’s the Canadian rapper’s first album since 2009’s Certified Lover Boy, which received lukewarm reviews. Fans were hoping that he would get back to his signature sounds. But his return to house music may be surprising, and not in the way you think.
It’s a tribute to late fashion designer Virgil Abloh
Virgil Abloh, the late fashion designer, passed away on March 31. He was 41 years old and had fought against a rare form of cancer called cardiac angiosarcoma. Drake, Rihanna, Kanye West, and Kendall Jenner all attended his memorial service, and a number of other artists paid tribute to the designer.
It’s a radical reset for the 35-year-old artist
The new album is an unabashed change in style for the rapper. It’s a far cry from the self-indulgent trap music of Drake’s earlier years. Instead, the album features an array of classic dance sounds, including a peak piano dancefloor banger with Massive and the French filtered house style popularized by Daft Punk.
It’s a remix of last year’s Certified Lover Boy
Drake’s new album, “Views From the Top,” is a reworking of last year’s Certified Lover Boy. The album features a handful of new tracks, but there are some jarring differences between it and its predecessor. The album opens with a snippet from “Michelle,” by the Beatles. The sample comes from the Masego and Singers Unlimited versions. The lyrics are reminiscent of Beatles hits, and even Drake has a tattoo of the Beatles waving back.
It’s a mixtape recorded over the last six months
Drake’s new album, “Views From the 6,” came out at midnight, a full six hours after the release date announced on Twitter. It was produced by OZ, a veteran producer whose credits include three number-one hits this year, including “Time Flies” and “Losses.” This album has Drake’s signature earworm melodies, dreamy instrumentals, and extensive hi-hat usage.
It features extensive production from Black Coffee
Drake’s new album ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ features extensive production from Black Coffee. The album also features contributions from Noah “40” Shebib, Alex Lustig, and Tresor Riziki. Riziki contributes vocals to three songs, “Tie That Binds,” “Currents,” and “Sorry.” The album was announced last night on Instagram.
It’s a follow-up to Scary Hours 2
Drake’s new album is a follow up to the Scary Hours EP released last Friday. It featured three new songs by Drake and featured Rick Ross, Lil Baby, and Theo Skudra. The EP was a hit for the rapper, earning him two Top 10 hits. In a post on Instagram, Drake announced the release of the new project.