AceShowbiz - Drake and 21 Savage are forced to postpone the release of their joint album, "Her Loss". When sharing the announcement, the two rap stars revealed that they had to make the decision because the former's longtime producer and engineer Noah "40" Shebib has tested positive for COVID-19.
"Our brother @OVO40 got Covid while mixing and mastering the crack," Drake and 21 Savage declared on their respective Instagram Stories on Wednesday, October 26. "So he's resting up and NOVEMBER 4th is HER LOSS day we'll see you soon."
Drake and 21 Savage announced their collaborative album "Her Loss" on Saturday through "Jimmy Cooks" music video. The clip, which is directed by Mahfuz Sultan, shows the four-time Grammy winner rapping his verses in a warehouse space with his collaborator. Throughout the visuals, various videos are projected onto the screen behind them.
Drake only delivers his bars short, while 21 Savage doesn't spit his lyrics at all. Toward the end of the footage, there's a message that reads, "HER LOSS, ALBUM BY DRAKE AND 21 SAVAGE, OCTOBER 28, 2022."
Fans were elated upon learning of the news. One Twitter user in particular shared a photo of Drake and 21 Savage and captioned it, "It is getting crazy this week." Another penned, "Got damn, not #drake and #21savage dropping an album later this month real casual like. Know it's gonna do numbers." Someone else tweeted, "This will be the biggest #HipHop Album this YEAR."
"Jimmy Cooks" serves as one of the tracks off Drake's seventh studio album, "Honestly, Nevermind". 21 Savage is the only artist to be featured in the record, which was dropped on June 17 as a follow-up to Drake's September 2021 album "Certified Lover Boy".