Review: Drake & 21 Savage – Her Loss

Her Loss is the blazing hot epic new joint rap album by Drake and 21 Savage that everyone is talking about in November 2022. Their whole album is solely dedicated to rap. While most of the songs on their album are typical rap songs, songs such as Major Distribution show a sign of something different and distinct. The beats are definitely hard. Now some of the songs incorporate a more R&B style where Drake uses auto tune and a Vocoder.

Drake goes on to brag about how his OVO imprint label has a major distribution deal on his song appropriately titled Major Distribution. The beats are definitely hard. Drake’s vocals are crystal clear on this track.

Drake goes on to brag about how his OVO imprint label has a major distribution deal in his lyrics to the intro. Drake has been out here crushin’ on success. Success is his bitch for real. His imprint label is on his dick for real.

[Intro: Drake]
No, no, no, no, no, no
No, no, no, no, no
Major distribution, man, my label on my dick, for real
Fuckin’ with your friend and she ain’t tell you, y’all ain’t shit, for real
I’ve been out here crushin’ on success, now she my bitch, for real
You say I’m persuasive, girl, but you can’t spell that shit, for real

He gives himself praise for being one of the best artists currently. Drake signed a deal with Universal Music Group for $500 million dollars earlier this year. Tell your guys to hold off on the team because it seems like they may need money for coffins.

Hmm, hmm, major distribution, labels call me
Bad Bunny numbers, it’s a robbery
Five-hundred million, just for Aubrey
Hmm, hmm, yeah, major distribution how I pop it

21 Savage and Drake diss the fuck longtime rival out of Kanye West over fast-paced trap beats on Circo Loco. The song served as a subliminal diss to/at Kanye West. 21 Savage raps about his opposition towards Kanye West also.

“Linking with the opps, bitch, I did that shit for J Prince/Bitch, I did it for the mob ties” explained why Drake engaged in a 3-year long fued with Kanye West and why they took constant shots at each other through music and social media on the internet.

I rate this album 4/5****.

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