Missed ‘Passion Fruit’ Drake? Well, with the release of Drizzy’s latest LP ‘Honestly, NeverMind’, you got served!
The rapper’s latest album has arrived just on time to soundtrack the summer of many music lovers worldwide.
‘Honestly, Nevermind’ comes exactly nine months since Drake’s September 2021 ‘Certified Lover Boy’ which featured collaborations from Lil Baby (‘Girls Want Girls’), Travis Scott (‘Fair Trade’), Ty Dolla $ign (‘Get Along Better’), Kid Cudi (‘IMY2’), Future (‘N 2 Deep’), and Lil Wayne and Rick Ross (‘You Only Live Twice’), among others; which went ahead & topped the charts upon its release and is still holding strong at No. 13 on the Billboard 200.
On the Drake Executively Produced “Honestly, Nevermind” cut which mixes dance and house music, he reunites him with longtime collaborators Noah “40” Shebib, Oliver El-Khatib, engineer Noel Cadastre and South African house-music innovator Black Coffee and Gordo (formerly known as Carnage) who produced six songs on it.
21 Savage is the only guest artist on the entire set and he appears on Tay Keith-produced “Jimmy Cooks,” while
The album arrives just hours after Drake’s surprise announcement, which didn’t just break the internet but also sent social media into a frenzy.
Earlier in the evening, he’d also launched his new radio show “Table for One” on Sound 42 on SiriusXM.
A two-star review by NME’s Rhian Daly describes ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ as “a boring, bloated disappointment”. On the other hand, L.A Times’ August Brown describes it as the 35-year-old rapper’s most diverse delivery writing; “It’ll likely be the most divisive album of his career.”
Listen to ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ below and judge for yourself: