At Canadian record label October's Really Personal (OVO) Festival, rappers Kanye West and Drake announced that they will be collaborating on an album, which is scheduled for release this 12 months.
Rumors of a collaboration have been circulating for months, and just final Monday, Aug. one, the rappers confirmed these rumors. The announcement was made on the last night of Drake's OVO Fest, when West produced a shock appearance in the course of Drake's set. "Scorching Bling" rapper Drake intervened and clarified what West meant by saying, "What my brother was asking ahead of was, are you prepared if we make an album? Which is what he was asking."
Shortly following the music artists created the announcement, OVO Sound Radio officially blasted the announcement on Twitter. "Collaborative tape in between @kanyewest & @Drake will release this 12 months. Official announcement at #OVOFEST much more information later this year," the record label wrote. Earlier this year, in an interview with Zane Lowe, Drake pointed out that he was supposed to do a mixtape with West, but specifics weren't uncovered until eventually lately. OVO Festival was began by OVO Sound founder Drake in 2010. It is an yearly concert, and it normally takes location throughout the Civic Holiday weekend. Popular names have graced Drake's OVO Fest by the many years. Aside from West, OVO Fest has observed talent in the type of Lauryn Hill, Usher, J. Cole, 50 Cent, Lil Wayne, and a lot more. This yr, Drake was also joined by singer-songwriter Rihanna.
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