A few details emerge on Drake's upcoming album "Nothing Was The Same."
The thirst for Drake's new album Nothing Was The Same is real. The album arrives on September 17th, and as of yet, we haven't heard many details about who or what to expect on it. Although we do have one official single thus far, "Hold On We're Going Home." We also heard awhile back via Drizzy's Twitter that Jhene Aiko will make an appearance, but aside from that, details have been sparse.
Now Rolling Stone seems to have the word on Drake's new album, which they say is set to feature Jay Z and Lil Wayne (among others, not named), as well as production from Hudson Mohawke. We heard recently that Kendrick Lamar hopes to be on the LP, so let's also hope that pans out. We also know that Drake was in the studio with The Weeknd recently, so that too could lead to a feature.
Drake also shouts out a song to look out for off NWTS-- "Connect"-- "That one hits you in the heart," Drizzy says. "It's painful and beautiful at the same time."