Drake & 21 Savage’s Joint Lp Postponed after 40 Contracts Covid-

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(GEMS RADIO)- Drake has revealed that the release date of his next album with 21 Savage has moved. The date moved because Noah “40” Shebib, his longtime engineer and producer, got COVID-19.

HER LOSS Release Date Pushed to November 4th

The duo announced their upcoming collaborative album halfway through the video for their latest “Jimmy Crooks” collaboration. They confirmed that it would be out on October 28th.

The much-expected LP has now been postponed by a week until November 4th. All this was Due to delays in mixing and mastering caused by 40’s coronavirus infection,

Our brother, 40, got Corona while mixing and mastering the crack. So he’s resting, and NOVEMBER 4TH is HER LOSS day.

Drake and 21 Savage duos

Drake and 21 Savage had already worked on several songs before releasing the album. Knife Talk in 2021, Mr. Right Now in 2020, and Sneakin’ in 2016 are their duos.

In an unexpected move, 21 Savage invited Drake to play “Jimmy Cooks” live. This was the first time they played it live at the Morehouse-Spellman homecoming.

Fake Drake Warned

In the meantime, Drake served the “Fake Drake” impersonator with a cease and desist letter. The letter compelled him to change his name.

Izzy Drake gained fame on social media over the past year by imitating the Toronto rapper. On Monday (October 24th), he posted a legal notice he received from OVO Sound label on Instagram.

Izzy was ordered to stop using Drake’s name and trademarks through a letter on Thursday. The letter stated that doing so was “damaging and defamatory” to the OVO brand.

After receiving a cease and desist letter, Fake Drake changed his identity to Izzy Famous. He then sent a happy birthday message to the real Drake, who turned 36 on Monday.

Written by: Jessica Sommerfield

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