Popular American rappers Drake and 21 Savage made headlines on Thursday, November 3, when the duo released their joint album “Her Loss” after the delay of a week. The album was initially supposed to release on Friday, October 28, but was postponed until Thursday because of Drake’s producer Noah Shebib testing positive for COVID-19 as he was mixing the collaboration project.

“Her Loss” was announced by Drake and 21 Savage in the music video of Jimmy Cooks, which was released on Saturday, October 22. It has a total of 16 tracks but features only one more singer, Travis Scott, who made an appearance in “Pussy & Millions.”

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Jimmy Cooks was announced only six hours before it was released and did not have any promotion. Drake’s album “Certified Lover Boy”, which broke several records after its release in 2021, was also announced suddenly in ESPN commercials.

However, “Her Loss” had an even more unpredictable announcement. The duo began with funny interview footage, starting with a faux Vogue cover, while 21 Savage did a series of videos “What’s in My Bag.”

Videos of the two rappers on The Howard Stern Show and Tiny Desk went viral recently, which was later proved to be fake. NPR, which produces Tiny Desk, confirmed the trailer with a tweet that said  “Let’s do it forreal tho.”

“Her Loss” is an exclusive production of Drake and 21 Savage, which was released by the former’s OVO and the latter’s Slaughter Gang Entertainment labels. Drake posted the cover of the new album on Wednesday, November 2, which has a photo of Qui Yasuka, famous model.

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Drake and 21 Savage have worked together on several projects since 2017. Their first collaboration project was the single “Sneakin” in 2017 and the most recent before the launch of “Her Loss” was “Jimmy Cooks.”

The 16 tracks of “Her Loss” are — Rich Flex, Major Distribution, On BS, Backoutsideboyz, Privileged Rappers, Spin Bout U, Hours In Silence, Treacherous Twins, Circo Loco, Pussy and Millions, Broke Boys, Middle Of The Ocean, Jumbotron Shit Poppin, More M’s, 3AM On Glenwood and I Guess It’s Fuck Me.