June 22, 2013

Hear New Sound: Four New Songs from Drake


In a humblebrag case of "I told you so," AwkwardSound's prediction earlier this week regarding Drake's new album Nothing Was the Same has indeed come true, being pushed back further than its originally expected mid-summer deadline and arriving right before the start of autumn and his massive tour featuring Miguel and Future instead, with a September 17th release date officially tweeted out by the Miami Heat locker room reject late Friday night. For fans disappointed in having to wait a little longer, Drake's newly redesigned October's Very Own blog dropped four new tracks by or featuring Drizzy along with the news as a consolation prize of sorts. There's no confirmation if any of the Drake-penned songs featuring the likes of SBTRKT's Sampha and J. Cole will appear on Nothing Was the Same (although a title like "Jodeci Freestyle" suggests this just might be Mr. OVO's way of blowing off some energy in the studio.) Meanwhile, an ambitious verse on a remix of Atlanta rapper Migos' current hit "Versace" taunts his goals for LP 3 ("I think I'm selling a million first week / Man, I guess I’m an optimist...") as "Over Here" by PARTYNEXTDOOR is a Drake co-signed introduction to the latest neo-R&B crooner signed to the October's Very Own roster. The Nothing Was the Same rollout party starts below...







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