The release date for Her Loss: Drake and 21 Savage’s collaborative album was just confirmed, and it won’t be long now. The song, which the duo wrote together for Drake’s most recent album Honestly, Nevermind, was used in the new Jimmy Cooks music video, which unveiled the title.
All that is currently known about the collaborative album is its name, Her Loss. However, we are aware of the publication date.
Her Loss Album Release Date
Her Loss: Drake and 21 Savage’s collaborative album will be released on Friday, November 4, 2022. Everyone on Twitter is highly enthusiastic about the new album, with one user writing: “Drake & 21 Savage… I’m thrilled about a collaboration record that, for once, makes sense.
I can understand how this record by Drake and 21 Savage won’t be great. Another ecstatic fan gushed, “Their chemistry is crazy.
“My hopes for the 21 Savage and Drake collaboration are HIGH,” a third individual remarked. There is no excuse for it not being fired.
The Album Has Been Delayed By A Week
In the middle of the Jimmy Crooks music video, writing that said, “Her Loss. Drake and 21 Savage’s joint album. 28 October 2022 However, on Thursday morning, Drake unceremoniously announced on Instagram that the album had been postponed by a week (October 27).
“While mixing and mastering the crack, our brother @ovo40 received Covid,” he added. He is currently taking it easy, and November 4th is Her Loss Day. We’ll run into you soon.
Noah ’40’ The producer who Drake has been collaborating with for a long time is Shebib. The identical message was posted by 21 Savage on his Instagram Story.
Rihanna Is Releasing New Music Too
The announcement of the album coincides with Rihanna’s recent announcement of the release date for her first solo song in six years, which will be October 28. Her most recent song, Lift Me Up, is featured on the soundtrack of Marvel’s eagerly anticipated Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
According to a press statement that was obtained by Pitchfork, she co-wrote the song “as a tribute to the incredible life and legacy of Chadwick Boseman,” who played the title character in the original movie.
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