Hip-hop artist Drake has released four new tracks from his latest album. The tracks were released online, on a new website, that announces the date when Drake’s newest album, ‘Nothing Was The Same‘ will be released.
The website, ovosound.com, simply has the headline: “SEPTEMBER 17” before a list of the four new tracks, thanks to the sound sampling site, Soundcloud.
The latest songs include ‘Jodeci Freestyle’, ‘Over Here’, ‘The Motion’, which features Sampha, and the Migos remixed track, ‘Versace’.
The beats are classic Drake in every way, and while there is no confirmation that any of these fours songs are 100% set to be on ‘Nothing Was The Same‘, there is a good chance that they will be.
The release of the latest tracks comes off the back of Drake announcing his ‘Would You Like A Tour?‘ tour across North America, where he will be hosting 41 concerts, with Miguel supporting the hip-hop star.
There was also the decision to unveil the new tracks, ‘Girls Love Beyonce’ as well as two other titles, ‘Start From The Bottom‘ and ‘5AM in Toronto‘. Fans and critics believe that the singles could be the latest batch from Drake’s new album.
This hot run of form for Drake continues after the rapper was ranked number five on MTV’s Hottest MCs list, topping friend and fellow rapper, Kanye West, who dropped down to number seven on the list. Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz and Rick Ross finished in the top three.
‘Nothing Was The Same‘ is Drake’s third album since 2010’s ‘Thank Me Later’ and 2011’s ‘Take Care‘, which has been certified platinum and has sold over 2 million records.