Just hold on, one more week for Drake's album.
Drake fans will have to wait a little longer as his album 'Nothing Was the Same' has been delayed by a week. It was scheduled to drop on September 17 but the release date has been pushed to September 24. The new date appears on websites for retailers including Amazon and Best Buy.
The Toronto rapper is currently putting the finishing touches on his highly anticipated project. On Wednesday, his producer Noah '40' Shebib tweeted, 'Hold on we’re almost done.'
In addition to 40, 'Nothing Was the Same' will include contributions from Jay Z, Lil Wayne, and Hudson Mohawke. Drake’s previous album, 'Take Care', debuted at No. 1 in November 2011, selling over 630,000 copies in its first week.
Drake has also been added to the lineup for this weekend's MTV Video Music Awards. He is scheduled to perform his major hit 'Started From The Bottom' for the first time on live television. The video for the song is nominated for two VMA's including Best Hip Hop Video and Best Direction.