In a new issue of Rolling Stone magazine, Drake revealed some new details about his forthcoming album ‘Nothing Was The Same’. Drake revealed that there will be a track titled “Paris Morton Music II” on the album. The song is a sequel to the 2010 track of the same name.


“That track excites me from a rap standpoint, just getting off bars and different flows”, says Drake of Paris Morton Music II. “I played it for J.Cole on some rap buddy shit and he was like “DAMN!”.

Producer 40 revealed that the opening track ‘Tuscan Leather’ flips a sample of Whitney Houston in three distinct ways, with each verse having its own sound. Fans can also look forward to hearing the influence of electronic musician James Blake on the LP. The dubstep producer was in attendance of some studio sessions.

Nothing Was The Same hits stores on September 24th.

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