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: