Drake and 21 Savage have banded together for Her Loss. On Friday (November 4), Champagne Papi and The Slaughter King officially released their long-awaited debut collaborative LP, which features production from Noah “40” Shebib, Lil Yachty, Tay Keith, Boi-1da, Metro Boomin and others, along with a lone guest feature from Travis Scott. On the Her Loss album cover is a three-year-old image of model and exotic dancer Qui Yasuka, who goes by Suki Baby on social media. On the back cover are Oakland models and influencers Jazmyn Marie and K’yanna Barber, the latter who Drake referenced on his 2018 hit “In My Feelings.”
The album release follows a troll-worthy rollout, with Drake and 21 Savage dropping a faux issue of Vogue along with “appearances” on NPR Tiny Desk Concerts and The Howard Stern Show. NPR Music responded to the latter spoof, calling out the duo to potentially appear on the real music series.
Both Drake and 21 Savage have been longtime collaborators, last banding together on “Jimmy Crooks” from Drake’s latest album Honestly, Nevermind, his eleventh album to go No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. The Canadian-bred rapper recently joined 21 Savage at the Morehouse-Spelman homecoming concert last month.
“Along with OVO, I really live this 4L shit,” Drake said at the event. “By the way, I didn’t get invited to this show. Nobody from Morehouse asked me to perform. My brother brought me here, so make some noise for 21 Savage.”
Stream Her Loss below.
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