Drake and 21 Savage ‘Her Loss’ Album: Stream
Finally the is out. Drake and 21 Savage Her Loss is a joint album which has been getting a lot of promotion lately. They were offering a great attention ahead of it’s releases.
First and foremost, Drake released his Honestly, Nevermind same this year. That was the first album he did without any collaboration (as joint album). Later on, he linked up with 21 Savage for the announcement of Her Loss album which finally come to its inception.
Drake and 21 Savage have really given Her Loss album this promotion that even got fans talking lately. That was after a Vogue cover and NPR Tiny Desk surfaced online. It wasn’t much welcomed.
What ever it is right now, Drake Her Los album is out featuring about 16 solid tracks incorporating with 21 Savage. This album would been released back in Nov. 28 but it was pushed to Oct. Because of Drake’s “40” producer was infected with COVID.
Source has also revealed to us that 21 Savage is so much happy about his joint album with Drake. “Drake is one of my best rappers alive”, Savage said. Well, we all know that Drake HER LOSS album is the second collaborative project since his career. The first one was with Future and was released in 2015 as What a Time to Be Alive.
As for 21 Savage collaborative projects, he has about four joint albums. The one with Metro Boomie, Offset and more. 21 Savage is simply feeling it right now as a matter of having a successful 2022. He is one of the most featured rappers this year. His 2022 featured songs is another compilation outside his joint album with Drake.
Ahead of the album, Drake and 21 Savage didn’t do too much talking, instead letting their marketing strategy speak for them. They let loose rapid-fire content after announcing the project on Oct. 22, including a Vogue cover story that wasn’t, a deepfake interview with Howard Stern about porn, love and dating, and their own mock-Tiny Desk set up.
Also note that Drake and 21 Savage have joined forces on “Knife Talk” from Drizzy’s Certified Lover Boy, “Mr. Right Now” from 21 Savage’s Savage Mode II collab album with Metro Boomin in 2020, Drake’s stand-alone release “Sneakin’” in 2016 and more.