Drake drops random album overnight and it sounds so different people can't believe it's real 1 week ago

Drake drops random album overnight and it sounds so different people can't believe it's real

Honestly, Nevermind was released at midnight

Drake released a surprise album overnight, and the significant change in musical direction has left many fans reeling.

Advertisement

At midnight on Friday (June 17), the Canadian megastar released Honestly, Nevermind just a matter of hours after he first announced the project.

It represents a major shift from some of his previous work, such as Scorpion and Certified Lover Boy, with the new album described as being closer to the house and electronic genres.

Many have taken to social media to voice their immediate thoughts and reactions to the album

Advertisement

And it sounds like many aren't feeling the new sound, with several describing it as "H&M music."

One person wrote: "Drake going platinum in Zara and H&M with this album."

Advertisement

Advertisement

A second accused another rapper of having a bad influence on Drake...

Advertisement

 

And a third labelled it "the most mid album", taking aim at those who were trying to defend it.

But some didn't mind Drake's new sound, and were questioning why it is getting so much hate.

Someone else said: “Ngl I love house music and Drake smashed it on this, it’s different and it’s got summer vibes."

And a third went as far as to call it one of the "best projects this year."

Only time will tell how permanent a shift in sound this is from Drake, but at the moment it's certainly divided opinion.

Honestly, Nevermind is available to stream now.

Related links: