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“Drake Album Sucks!” Seen At Club Following “Honestly, Nevermind” Release

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Drake’s newest release sees audiences split in their reaction, with a “Drake Album Sucks!” sign spotted at the club, less than 48 hours after the release of Honestly, Nevermind. While some, such as J. Cole, praise the Toronto native for his latest release, other fans are less than pleased, as seen below.

“Honestly, Nevermind” Reception

Drake’s latest release, Honestly, Nevermind, marks his seventh studio album. It ignited the masses when news of its Friday morning release dropped, as any new Drake project does.

The Toronto native has experimented with different musical styles in the past, testing the waters with everything from the United Kingdom to Jamaica. However, this latest release is a far cry from what fans may passionately refer to as the “old Drake”. The 14-track album stays heavy upon its house and dance focus, resulting in a much more pop-friendly product.

While rappers like J. Cole call the project “phenomenal”, not all of Drake’s fans share the same love for the abrupt change in style. Some are critiquing the house influence in the album, along with his passive-aggressive lyrics exemplified in the Honestly, Nevermind title.

Drizzy responded to the haters via his Instagram, captioning the post: “Then go and leave me again… unreal.”

 

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The Honestly, Nevermind drop came with a number of other Drake projects currently in the works. Firstly, the rapper is writing a book of poetry, set to release sometime in the next year. In addition, new Drake tracks may be closer around the corner than we think, with the Scary Hours 3 EP potentially right around the corner.

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Written by Evan Montgomery

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