Drake‘s latest project, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, has officially been released in stores today after it was first released digitally on February 12th.
The physical copy of If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late comes with the original 17 songs, as well as 2 extra bonus songs called “My Side” and “How ‘Bout Now“.
Show your support for Drizzy Drake by purchasing a copy (or more) from your local music store!
After previously collaborating together on “Mine“, it looks like Drake and Beyonce have another collaboration that will appear on the upcoming Views From The 6 album.
A writer by the name of Ernest Baker got the chance to listen to Drizzy‘s project, which he says only two songs are done for the album, as well as compared it to what Kanye West did with 808s & Heartbreak.
You can read what he said below:
Nicki Minaj recently phoned into French radio station SkyRock FM for an interview about her The Pinkprint album, her new single “The Night Is Still Young“, working with Beyonce, and being a fan of Ariana Grande.
You can listen to the full interview after the jump below!
According to HDD, Drake‘s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late album will be released physically next month on April 21st.
The project will include all of the same songs, as well as 2 bonus tracks called “How ‘Bout Now” (which you can listen to here) and “My Side“.
Drizzy‘s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late album was first released digitally on February 12th and has currently sold around 774k to date, so I’m sure this physical release will help it go Platinum in no time!
According to Nielsen Music, Nicki Minaj‘s latest studio album, The Pinkprint, has reached Gold status.
This means that the project has sold over 500,000 copies since it was first released on December 15th, 2014.
Congratulations to the Young Money Barbie on this achievement!
It’s not even been a full week yet and Drake‘s latest project, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, has broke a record on Spotify. According to the music streaming service, Drizzy‘s project was streamed more than 17.3 million times in the U.S. alone after just 3 days of it being released.
This means that Drizzy Drake has set a new record for the most streams from an album in its debut week. He also previously held the record with his Nothing Was The Same album, which had 15.8 million streams in the first week.
Congratulations to Drake on this amazing achievement. His If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late project will also debut at #1 this week with over 500,000 sales!
Nicki Minaj recently spoke with Vogue in Los Angeles for an interview about her The Pinkprint album, how the response has been from it, and more.
As well as her album, Nicki also discussed her place in the history of hip-hop, how she approaches her rap verses, feminism, taking time off to live her life, influence from island culture, single life, her relationship with Meek Mill, and what she wants to be doing at 50-years-old.
You can read the full interview after the jump below!