Drake and rapper 21 Savage have announced that they will be releasing a new collaborative album next week.
The duo revealed that they teamed up for a new release, called Her Loss, at the end of October. It’s their first collaborative album, but they’ve worked together in the past.
Drake and 21 Savage confirmed the existence and release date of Her Loss during the new music video for their Jimmy Cooks track from Drake’s frankly seventh studio album, Nevermind. This is all you need to know:
When is the album released?
Losing Her will be released onriday (October 28). The pair have collaborated on a number of occasions including Drake’s 2016 single Sneakin’ and 2021 Knife Talk as well as the 21 Savage track Mr. Right Now in 2020.
But they have now come together to release a collaborative album. This isn’t the first time Drake has collaborated with an artist for a collaborative work. In 2015, the Canadian rapper released a joint mixtape withuture called What a Time to Be Alive.
Do you lose her collaborative album?
The release is a joint release by Drake and 21 Savage. Its existence and release date were confirmed during the music video for the track Jimmy Cooks.
The video was also released on the 30th birthday of 21 Savage, whose real name is Shea Bin Ibrahim Yusuf. The Atlanta-based musician shared the video and album history in an Instagram post where Canadian rap star Drake commented: “Happy birthday brother, it’s time now.”
The pair have collaborated on a number of occasions including Drake’s 2016 single Sneakin’ and 2021 Knife Talk as well as the 21 Savage track Mr. Right Now in 2020.
The 35-year-old Toronto-born Drake has dominated the charts for more than a decade, with his seven studio albums topping the charts in the US.
The rapper, whose real name is Aubrey Graham, also won two BRIT Awards, for Best International Solo Artist in 2017 and 2019, taking home four Grammy Awards.
The former British-born 21 Savage has released studio albums, 2017’s Issa and 2018’s I Am> I Was and has released collaboration records with rapper Offset and record producer Metro Boomin.
Drake and 21 Savage’s Track Jimmy Crooks debuted at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 earlier in 2022.
Will the album be released on Spotify?
It hasn’t been confirmed on which platforms the album is available, but all of Drake’s recent releases have been available on Spotify right away.