The Drake-Ola Boy Songwriter Collaboration Is Officially Over
Drake has been releasing music for years now, but he hasn't always released every song that he makes. He's done this because he wants to keep his fans happy.
Because he wanted to focus on his own music.
In an interview with Billboard, Drake said that he was going to release more songs than usual because he wanted to give people what they want. "I'm not gonna make any excuses," he told Billboard. "It's just me being selfish."
He's been working on his album "Scorpion" for months now.
It seems as though Drake has been working on his new album for quite some time. According to Pitchfork, Drake started recording music for Scorpion back in January 2017. Since then, he has released two singles off the project, “Nice for What” featuring Rihanna and “In My Feelings.”
He wants to make sure that he's able to give fans what they really want from him.
In an interview with Billboard, Drake said that he wanted to release more than one song per month because he didn't want people to feel like they were getting too much from him. He also said that he wanted to make sure that he was giving them something they really wanted.
He doesn't want to get distracted by other projects.
"I just felt like I had so much going on right now," he told Billboard. "It's not that I'm not excited about anything else, but I just felt like I needed to focus on what I'm doing."
He also wants to spend more time with his family.
It was reported earlier this week that Drake and Ola Boy were no longer collaborating. The two artists met up at the Grammys last month, where they performed together. They've been friends since high school, and Drake even wrote an ode to Ola Boy called "The Motto" back in 2015.
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