June 17, 2022

Drake Addresses Negative Feedback For ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ + Reactions 

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Drake Addresses Negative Feedback For ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ + Reactions 

SURPRISE!

Without any prior promotion, yesterday (June 17), Drake announced he’s dropping his seventh studio album, titled, Honestly Nevermind. Social media went nuts, but fans have mixed feelings now that it’s out.

Drizzy offered something different for the masses. The album has a house music sound. It features 14 tracks with one feature from 21 Savage. XXL reports Drake posted a video online and said, “It’s all good if you don’t get it yet. It’s all good. That’s what we do. We wait for you to catch up. We’re in here, though. We’re caught up already. On to the next. My goodness.”

On social media, online users debated if Drake’s new drop is trash or not. One person Tweeted, “Drake’s Album isn’t trash. It just not appealing to you. Here’s clearly targeting a different audience.” Another Drizzy fan defended the project and said, “You called CLB trash because it “sounded like every other Drake album.” He switches it up and you call it trash again. You have no idea what you actually want, you just like to hate.”

On the flip side, someone wrote, “This drake album trash idc, I don’t need to hear much else.” Someone else commented, “It’s like Drake found all the beats The Weeknd didn’t want and made an album with them because this shit is trash.”

Drake is gearing up to drop Scary Hours 3 soon. We’ll keep you posted with release dates. Honestly, Nevermind is the follow-up to his 2021 Certified Lover Boy. At the time, the album reached No. 1 on the charts, beating Kanye’s Donda, which was the biggest release prior to CLB. 

Hit us up on social media + download our BRAND NEW Hot 97 app and let us know your thoughts on Drizzy’s new project. Are you feeling the sound or are you ready for some Drake bars?

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