A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Pushes Back Album Because Of Drake & 21 Savage

A Boogie will no longer release Me vs Myself on Friday. The rapper informed his fans that his upcoming project will be released in December, a month after he initially planned its release. The reason behind this is the highly anticipated joint effort of Drake and 21 Savage, which was delayed a week after OVO 40 contracted COVID-19 and couldn’t finish mixing in time.

“Sorry, but the album is now out in December, Drake is out the same day and I can’t agree with that,” he wrote with a flurry of laughing emojis. “#HOODIESZN.” Many applauded A Boogie’s transparency on the situation, as most artists would typically blame unnamed external factors for pushing their albums back. At the same time, it looks like A Boogie and his label are anticipating Taylor Swift or Drake, and 21 Savage will keep the charts for the whole of November.

A Boogie’s built anticipation for its upcoming effort throughout the year. He has shared a slew of singles in recent times, including the Roddy Ricch-assisted, “BRO” and “Take Shots” ft. Tory Lanez. Sadly, fans will have to wait another month for it to end, but it seems likely he’ll bless fans with even more music to hold onto until then.

Me vs Myself will feature many more appearances from some of its closest affiliates in the industry. Though he faded a few names, he did confirm that Lil Durk and HER will also appear in the project, alongside Tory Lanez and Roddy Ricch.

There is still minimal information about Drake and 21 Savage’s project. After Drake joined Savage at Morehouse-Spelman’s homecoming concert, rumors started circulating that a joint project was on the way. However, Savage shut down those rumors shortly after, only for Drake to confirm the news with the release of the “Jimmy Cooks” music video.

Earlier today, the two rappers shared the cover of the October issue of Vogue magazine. Hopefully we get a tracklist for it hair loss the next few days.

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