COVID Blues: Drake & 21 Savage Collab Album Delayed Till November 4
October’s very own is seriously eyeing November, but it was never planned that way. If you’re truly confused about the previous face, hop along. Drake and associate 21 Savage were to have released a joint album, “Her Loss,” this month. But they had to defer it because one of their producers caught COVID.
The album was initially scheduled for release on Friday, 28 October. However, in a post on his Instagram Story, the Certified Lover Boy of Canadian rap noted that the album will now be released in November. The project had to be delayed because “Our brother @ovo40 got Covid while mixing and mastering the crack.” Noah “40” Shebib is currently “resting” and will round off work on the project soon – assuming all goes well as planned this time.
21 Savage shared the story, invariably corroborating what his friend and collaborator have stated. You can check it out below.
By the way, this isn’t the first time the Canadian rapper has had to delay the release of a project. It’s happened a couple of times previously, including before he dropped his “Certified Lover Boy” album.
From the look of things, some certified lover boys are about to say it’s “Her Loss” -0 for whatever reason.