Drake and 21 Savage unveiled their long-awaited collaborative album “Her Loss” cover art, as well as several fake media tie-ins, just one day before its release and it seems like the duo is ready to return to the spotlight.
On October 23, Drake officially announced his upcoming album with 21 Savage, “Her Loss,” which was scheduled to be released on 28 October was further delayed due to their producer Noah “40” Shebib being infected with COVID, which pushed its release to November 4.
Meanwhile, on November 3rd, the Grammy-winning rapper and the 30-year-old rapper released the stunning new cover art for their upcoming collaborative album, “Her Loss.” Within just an hour, the post received a lot of appreciation as last they both appeared in a music video was for “Knife Talk”, the third single from Certified Lover Boy.
Both Drake and Savage 21 participated in a number of fake performances and interviews for the purpose of promoting their album. Initially, they posted a sham Vogue magazine cover on Instagram where Drake captioned: Me and my brother on newsstands tomorrow!! and thanked editor Anna Wintour “for the love and support on his historic moment”
21 Savage recorded a spoof episode of “In The Bag” series, where he was seen pulling out a bag of organic mangoes, a dreidel, a copy of Charlotte’s Web (“It’s a real good read, I love this book, I read it all the time”), some mint tea and more.
Watch the video in the tweet below:
After some time, the duo again appeared in a video of NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series, which also was a fake setup. However, NPR officially teased them by replying: “let’s do it forreal tho.”
Lastly, On November 3, the pair shared a video mimicking “Weird Al” Yankovic ‘s fake TV interviews. They used Howard Stern’s April interview with comedian Jerrod Carmichael and made it look like Drake and 21 are being interviewed by the radio veteran.
In the fake interview, he asked the rappers about what type of porn they like? then Drake replied: “The highest tier of top-givers. That’s really what I’m, consistently, on a daily basis, tuned into.” He also gives his response to whether he wants to ever get married.
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