Drake, 21 Savage Release Joint Album, ” Her Loss”

American singers, Drake and  21 Savage have released a joint album titled “Her loss.”

Drake, 21 Savage Release Joint Album, " Her Loss"

Drake had on Thursday shared the album’s tracklist on his Instagram page, which included 16 songs. The album features Travis Scott on “Pussy & Millions,” which is the only feature on the body of work.

The 16-track album is entirely executive produced by Drake and 21 Savage and released through Drake’s OVO and Savage’s Slaughter Gang Entertainment labels.

See the track below:

On late Wednesday night, the Toronto rapper shared the album’s cover art, which features a portrait of model Qui Yasuka, also known as Suki Baby, taken by Paris Aden.

Drake, 21 Savage Release Joint Album, " Her Loss"

The 16-track release features an appearance from Travis Scott on a song called “Pussy & Millions.” A cut titled “Circo Loco” features a sample and vocal interpolation of Daft Punk’s hit “One More Time.”

The two rappers announced their joint project on October 22. They also released a music video for their collaborative track “Jimmy Cooks,” which appears on Drake’s most recent solo LP, Honestly, Nevermind. The Mahfuz Sultan–directed video found the men rapping in front of numerous screens, lit up with colorful footage of city life.

Drake and 21 Savage have worked together multiple times in recent years. 21 Savage appeared on Drake’s Certified Lover Boy track “Knife Talk,” while Drake guested on “Mr. Right Now,” from 21 Savage and Metro Boomin’s Savage Mode. On June, 21 Savage joined Pharrell and Tyler, the Creator on “Cash In Cash Out.”

On his Instagram story, Drake appreciated DJ Khaled for allowing them to finish the album in his house. Sharing Khaled’s picture, Drake said, “Thank you to your family for letting us finish this album in your home. One family.”

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