As we draw closer and closer to Drake's September 24th release date of Nothing Was The Same, the anticipation just keeps on growing. Last week, Billboard revealed three song titles and their producers which was part of a cover story in their latest issue. 

Today, the story has released a set of new details about the upcoming LP. According to Billboard, Nothing Was The Same will focus more on Drizzy’s rapping than his singing thereby sounding much harder than his previous projects. We also find out a bit more on the previously confirmed tracks called “Wu-Tang Forever”and a now confirmed track called “Pound Cake” featuring Jay-Z.

“Wu-Tang Forever” is described as a “90′s rap inspired song” with “plinking piano and rapid-fire drums”. And on the album's outro track, “Pound Cake”, it was revealed that we will be getting two verses from Jay-Z, and that one of Drake’s lines in the song is: 

“Studied the game to the letter and I did it better, like I’m supposed to feel guilty?” 

What do you think? Will NWTS outdo Take Care?