Young Money rapper Drake may be far from done with his long-awaited third solo album Nothing Was The Same, however, he provided fans with something to get excited about as they wait by revealing one of the project’s guest features.
Drizzy hopped onto his Twitter page Sunday (June 2) to reveal singer Jhene Aiko will appear on the LP.
“And trust…the information will come to you. Soon enough.,” he tweeted June 2nd.
“Jhene on NWTS. Momentous Occasions.” (Drake’s Twitter)
The rapper’s announcement comes days after a bogus album track list hit the Internet.
Another day, another alleged tracklist for a big album leaks to the Internet. Two days ago, Kanye West‘s tracklist to Yeezus leaked early, but so far no one has confirmed it was real. Earlier this evening, a tracklist for Drake’s Nothing Was The Same hit the web, which was originally posted on Dennis Graham‘s Instagram. (XXL Mag)
Although it is unknown if he will appear on the project, rap mogul Jay-Z recently locked in some studio time with Drizzy.
And another Jay-Z collaboration is on the horizon. After Raekwon instagrammed a picture of himself and Hove a couple of days ago, another pic of Jay and Drake has now surfaced. The picture was taken by Lenny Santiago, the longtime A&R over at Def Jam and friend of Jay. This caption has been added: “Warning: Please be very afraid of the music we’re working on. OVO x ROCNATION” As we know, Drizzy is working on his new album Nothing Was The Same this summer, it is also rumored that Jay-Z is working on a full-length as well. (Hype Trak)
The Toronto native’s righthand man Noah “40” Shebib revealed his heavy involvement on the follow-up to 2011’s Take Care earlier this year.
“I don’t know, I don’t know. Every day it changes. That’s tough. That’s a hard thing to say. It depends. Because you know we work, and we have ideas and we have songs but as we create more songs, the shape of the album will change and the progression of it will change. As much as we might be sure that we’re on a path and we’re… We’re sort of working sequentially right now. We feel like we have 1, 2, 3, you know we’re going 4, 5, 6. That’s how we’re moving forward, in order of the actual playlist of the album. But as we make more music that fits in other places, it will change and adjust as far as how many songs, or how far we’re going to go so it’s yet to be discovered. We’re still too early to make a call about whether or not we’re half done or a quarter done or 75 percent done. I mean, it could be any of the above.” (The Hollywood Reporter)