Drake and 21 Savage Reveal Cover Artwork for New Album Her Loss

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Drake and 21 Savage Reveal Cover Artwork for New Album Her Loss

The record was delayed one week after producer Noah “40” Shebib contracted COVID-19 while mixing and mastering the LP

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Drake, 21 Savage (Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage).

Just days ahead of releasing their joint LP Her Loss, Drake and 21 Savage have revealed the cover art for the new album. The record arrives this Friday (November 4). Check out the album artwork below.

Drake and 21 Savage announced the release of Her Loss earlier this month. The LP was initially scheduled to drop on October 28, however it was delayed a week after Drake’s longtime producer Noah “40” Shebib contracted COVID-19 while mixing and mastering the album. The original release date was revealed in the video for Drake and 21 Savage’s song “Jimmy Cooks,” the final track on Drake’s latest LP, Honestly, Nevermind.

Earlier today, Drake and 21 shared a series of comedic fake interview clips. The rappers “sat down” with Howard Stern to discuss therapy and books, while 21 did a faux “what’s in my bag” segment for Vogue. The rappers also shared a fake clip of them performing on NPR’s “Tiny Desk Concert” series. NPR Music responded to the pair on Twitter, writing: “let’s do it forreal tho.”

Drake and 21 Savage have collaborated on numerous occasions in recent years. In addition to “Jimmy Cooks,” 21 Savage appeared on Drake’s Certified Lover Boy track “Knife Talk,” and Drake guested on “Mr. Right Now,” from 21 Savage and Metro Boomin’s Savage Mode II.

Revisit “5 Takeaways From Drake’s New Album Honestly, Nevermind” on the Pitch.

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