Noah “40” Shebib Explains Why Drake’s “Views From The 6” Album Will Not Be Full Of Rapping & More

February 19, 2016 by Danny M


Noah 40 Shebib Explains Why Drake Views From The 6 Album Will Not Be Full Of Rapping & More

Noah “40” Shebib, who is Drizzy Drake‘s longtime producer, recently chopped it up with The New York Times to share some more details about Drake‘s upcoming Views From The 6 album, due to be released in April.

In the interview, which will appear in The New York Times print on February 21st, 40 explained why Views From The 6 will not just be a project full of Drizzy straight rapping, as well as how he is trying to find new ways to make the project “special”.

You can read what Noah Shebib said about Drizzy Drake‘s forthcoming Views From The 6 album after the jump below!

“After ‘Nothing Was The Same’, Drake was like: ‘I want to do a rap project’. He wanted to do what all the other rappers get to do. [But that approach is] a thing we can’t do that much on a Drake album. We have other fans we need to satisfy.”

“It’s going to be what everybody expects and wants from Drake and from us. A lot of introspection, very vivid. He’s discovering new flows, new cadences, new patterns. I’m trying to find ways to pull more untraditional sounds in, to push the boundaries a little further. Something about it should be special.”

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