drake He sent the social media world into a frenzy when he announced the imminent release of his seventh studio album honestly, it’s ok.
One expects a typical Drake album. You know the emotional record that makes us feel. Or a rap-heavy track with subtitle-ready lyrics.Well, when Drizzy accidentally drops honestly, it’s ok, he surprised his fans with his exotic voice on the album. It was clear from the reaction on social media that fans weren’t expecting to hear the news.
No matter what the fans think, honestly, it’s ok Still a vibe. Fans are shocked when they hear a full-fledged Dance Hall/Afro-Beat album, but that’s not new for Drake. Drake is a Toronto native who has been dabbling in house music, which we’ve always loved. From “One Dance” to “Controlla,” Drake has been in it.
Now fans are finally free to go back outside, honestly, it’s ok It’s music lovers who can have fun, feel and be free to be themselves. He said himself, “We’ve had a good time here, not a long time,” and it’s definitely a feel-good album. honestly, it’s ok is an album that takes you on vacation and away from the harsh realities of the world.
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If you’ve seen the visuals for the first video he posted, “Falling Back,” in the intro he tells fellow Canadian NBA star Tristan Thompson how he feels. “It’s a good time for me,” he said. He then went on to marry over 20 women, showing the true definition of his “motto”, yolo, (you only live once).
Drake’s producer Noah “40” Shebib teamed up with legendary South African house producers Black Coffee and Gordo FKA Carnage to deliver 14 beat-track tracks crafted to get your body moving.
Don’t get me wrong, we’re still talking about Drake. so ‘Honestly, it’s okay’ Hear what fans have to say about this album, and hear it for yourself. Songs like “Text Go Green” offer that familiar OVO sound that fans should get used to. In an African production, Drake returns with a smooth melodic beat, and he’s transparent about his emotions. During the course he sang:
“The text turns green and clicking is a bit different, isn’t it?
Know you miss the days when I cling to it. Know you’re in the house tonight just thinking about it. I moved on a long time ago”
On “Massive,” Drake really showcases his versatility as an artist. Although he still sings softly and the repertoire is upbeat, there isn’t much African flair. Electricity production drives this track. Drake sings the least on “Massive,” and he lets the beat transport your thoughts and mood to another world. This is certian’s EDM vibe.
Drake released a multi-genre album that propelled hip-hop into the music’s non-categorical space. Drake has everything covered on this album, and he hasn’t forgotten his connection to the hood.
On the album’s final track, Drake teams up with 21 Savage and goes all-out rapping. He dedicated the song to the late YSL rapper Lil Keed and finished with 21.
honestly, it’s ok There was backlash from fans, but that didn’t bother Lushen. He responded, “If you haven’t got it, it’s all good. All is good,” he said in an Instagram video. “That’s what we do. We wait for you to catch up. Here we are, though. We’ve caught up. On to the next one. OMG.”
Although many fans do not appreciate honestly, it’s ok, many people did. An hour after posting, Drake broke Apple Music’s streaming record. honestly, It doesn’t matter, debuted on the streaming service on Friday (June 17), becoming the most streamed dance album worldwide on its first day in Apple Music history.
With the release of his final album, Drake also holds Apple Music’s previous worldwide first-day streaming record certified lover boy. He also holds the record for third place scorpionand “Girls Want Girls” set the record for the most played song on the first day in Apple Music history.
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