“Nothing was the same” is the third studio album by canadian recording artist Drake. The album was released on September 24, 2013, in North America by OVO Sound, Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records, and Republic Records. Work on the record began in 2012 and continued through 2013. As its executive producer, Drake enlisted collaborators including 2 Chainz, Big Sean, Jay Z, Jhené Aiko, and Sampha to appear as guest appearances on the album. The album’s production was primarily handled by Noah “40” Shebib, and other OVO Sound producers; Boi-1da, Mike Zombie, Majid Jordan, and Nineteen85 among others such as, Chilly Gonzales, Detail, Key Wane, Hudson Mohawke, and Jake One.
Dark rap = Drake. That’s all. The canadian rapper strikes again with “Nothing was the same”. He takes it with great partners, that make Drake’s lyrics even better. The good conexion between rap lines and pop voices is in the making of a great album, like this.
- “Wu-Tang forever” (track 4)
- “Worst behaviour” (track 6)
- “From time” (track 7 -with Jhené Aiko-)
- “Hold on, we’re going home” (track 8 -with Majid Jordan-)
- “The language” (track 10)
- “Pound cake/Paris Morton music 2” (track 13 -with Jay-Z-)
- “Come thru” (track 14)
- “The motion” (track 16)