Just days before the official release of Drake's new album, Nothing Was The Same has hit the Internet.
The Canadian rapper's album was scheduled to hit stores Tuesday, Sept. 24, but the entire LP surfaced online Sunday - nine days early. The album features the highly anticipated collaboration with Jay Z, entitled Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2. In the song, Drake complains about how his classmates treated him in high school.
Fans took to Twitter to express their opinion on the collaboration.
"It's ok. A little soft for my taste. Maybe my expectations of the collabo are too high," one fan wrote.
"I dig that, I think that beat is fire I can't front," another user wrote.
Nothing Was the Same features 13 tracks, including Started From the Bottom, Wu-Tang Forever and Hold On, We're Going Home.
On Wu Tang Forever, the rapper, whose real name is Aubrey Drake Graham, references the hip-hop group while paying homage to them. Drake also talks about someone in his past, who many have speculated to be Rihanna.
"I just love when I'm with you, yeah, this s--t is on ten/ We used to be friends, girl, and even back then," he raps.
Later saying, "If you nervous, hit the lights, I know we only f--king out of spite/ Cause your man don't do you right, do you right, I could f--k you so good."
Listen & download the album here:
Nothing Was The Same tracklist:
1. Tuscan Leather
2. Furthest Thing
3. Started From the Bottom
4. Wu-Tang Forever
5. Own It
6. Worst Behavior
7. From Time
8. Hold On, We're Going Home f. Majid Jordan
10. The Language
11. 305 To My City feat. Detail
12. Too Much
13. Pound Cake feat. Jay Z / Paris Morton Music 2