Drake & 21 Savage's Joint Album Has Been Delayed

By Tony M. Centeno

October 27, 2022

Drake and 21 Savage
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Drake and 21 Savage were preparing to drop their collaborative album this Friday, but decided to delay its release due to health troubles in Drizzy’s camp. 

On Wednesday night, October 25, the OVO Sound founder announced that he and 21 need to push the release date for Her Loss back by a week. In a post uploaded to his Instagram Story, Drake explained that they had to hold off on the album because his producer Noah "40" Shebib caught COVID while he was mixing and mastering the LP. With nothing else standing in their way, the "Jimmy Cooks" duo will release their anticipated album next Friday.

"Our brother @ovo40 got Covid while mixing and mastering the crack so he's resting up and NOVEMBER 4TH is HER LOSS day we'll see you soon 😈🥀," Drake wrote in his post.

Drake and 21 Savage announced the plans to deliver their joint album midway through the music video for "Jimmy Cooks." The hype for a joint album between both artists has been building up since they dropped their first song together "Sneakin'" in 2016. Afterward, they reunited on "Mr. Right Now" off 21 and Metro Boomin's album Savage Mode II in 2020. Last year, they joined forces once again for "Knife Talk" featuring Project Pat for Drake's Certified Lover Boy LP.

The duo resurfaced together earlier this month when 21 brought out Drake to perform with him at Morehouse-Spelman's Homecoming concert in Atlanta. They performed their collaborations plus other songs from the Canadian MC's catalog.

Look out for Her Loss on November 4.

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