Drake’s highly anticipated third album Nothing Was The Same is just about 25 days away from release. The Toronto star has been pretty tight lipped about details concerning the LP but today, Reggie Ugwu, who penned the latest Billboard cover story has shared some outtakes from the issue.

He has revealed three new titles from the album and the people who produced it — ‘Wu Tang Forever’ produced by by 40, ‘305 to My City’ produced by Detail and ‘Trophies’ produced by Hit-Boy.

Excited? So are we.

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5 Responses to “3 Song Titles & Producers From ‘Nothing Was The Same’ Revealed”

  1. Zee 31. Aug, 2013 at 6:57 pm #

    excited for this album for real


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