Drake’s ‘Nothing Was The Same’ album release pushed back by a week | News

The excitement for Drake‘s Take Care follow-up Nothing Was The Same continues to rise with every bit of information and interview released. From the looks of things, that wait has been extended by one more week.

Though the camp for the YMCMB rapper/singer has yet to release a statement, major retailers including Amazon and Best Buy have given the album a new release date September 24th instead of the originally revealed September 17th date. That’ll pit October’s Very Own against Maybach Music Group’s Self Made 3. 
Nothing Was The Same is set to feature singles “Started From The Bottom“, “All Me” featuring 2Chainz and Big Sean along with the Majid Jordan assisted “Hold on We’re Going Home.”