Duck laid out his plans to dominate Summer 22 with his surprise dance album, “Honestly, Nevermind” — and while Twitter might have you believe it sucks, Drake insists the numbers will prove otherwise.
His 7th studio album’s abrupt shift in sound from hip hop/R&B to house music and Europop has left some fans twisted…but some of Drizzy’s rap contestants shower the album with praise!! !
J.Cole called the album nothing less than a classic… Juicy J and 21 Wild were delighted to be part of it, and Soulja Boy channeled his classic Breakfast Club rant a few years ago.
Some people — especially the apparent Drake-hating social media army — might blow this away as artists trying to stay in good standing for future feature films. 👀
However, early data shows that Drizzy is padding his status as the “king of Apple Music”. Apple tells us that “Honestly, Nevermind” is now the biggest dance album in the platform’s history, breaking the record for global first-day streams.
In addition, his latest album, “Certified Lover Boy”,is the greatest album in AM history, and its Little baby feature, “Girls Want Girls” is the biggest song.
Drake added his 2 cents to the convo, telling haters and critics he’ll be on hold until they catch up – but with those kinds of numbers on the board, it might take them a while .