Drake reveals he’s “sleeping in the studio” to finish new record
It sounds like Drake is determined to get his latest record finished on time, revealing recently that he’s taken to sleeping in the studio in order to complete his latest project.
Rolling Stone reports that the rapper is set to hand over the master tapes to his record label on September 9 so that his third studio album, ‘Nothing Was the Same,’ can be released on September 24.
Speaking to the website last week, Drake revealed that he’s currently holed up at Metalworks Studios in Toronto with his engineer-producer, Noah ‘40’ Shebib.
“We have just 10 days before we turn it in,” he dished.
“I’m literally sleeping in the studio on an air mattress. We’re working 24-hour days to make sure the story is done, front to back. It has to be a new point of discovery.”
Speaking about how the collaboration came into being, the ‘Limit to Your Love’ singer revealed that Drake invited him to the studio after the pair met up at a gig.
“I saw him at a show and told him I had some ideas knocking around, and he invited me to Toronto,” explained Blake.
“Anything that comes out of that studio, I’m happy to be involved.”