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Drake Gets Interviewed On NBC’s “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” & Performs New Song

Posted By on September 14, 2013

Building even more momentum for his highly anticipated album “Nothing Was The Same“, Drake stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night (September 13) to get interviews and perform a new song entitled “Too Much”.

During the interview portion, Drake touched on a range of topics, including the man behind his album cover:

It’s a gentleman by the name of Kadir Nelson, phenomenal artist, and I connected with him. He like spent some time with me. We came up with this idea for the album cover, just sort of reflective. There’s actually a grown up version of me, which is the deluxe album, so on the shelf they’ll be looking at each other reflecting on what a journey it’s been.”

The rapper went on to discuss the album itself:

“I worked with a lot of amazing people, Drake said. “I made the whole album with 40 [Shebib]. He’s kind of my right-hand man. He’s a producer. We do everything together. So he pretty much oversaw and produced the whole album, but there’s a lot of different collaborators on there. Jay Z’s on there.

“Sampha’s on there, we’re actually doing a song that nobody’s heard tonight,” Drake added in reference to the track titled “Too Much.” 

Check out the full interview and performance below: