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Drake drops four new songs & release date for upcoming album [News]

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Toronto, ON – In typical OVO fashion, while the rest of the world sleeps, Drake drops 4 new songs and reveals the release date for his forthcoming album Nothing Was The Same, which is September 17. Two of the tracks, “Jodeci Freestyle” and “The Motion,” include verses from artists J. Cole and Sampha, while the other two, “Versace” and “Over Here” feature Drake. Listen to “Jodeci Freestyle” below and the rest of the three after the jump.

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