Drake Reportedly Ropes in Jay Z, Lil Wayne and Hudson Mohawke for 'Nothing Was the Same'

Drake Reportedly Ropes in Jay Z, Lil Wayne and Hudson Mohawke for 'Nothing Was the Same'
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Despite Drake offering up a steady stream of online singles ahead of Nothing Was the Same, the Toronto rapper has not yet delivered an official tracklist for the LP. It's now been reported, though, that Drizzy will get some help on the set from big timers Lil Wayne and Jay Z.


Though the details were scant, a quick album write-up on Rolling Stone alleges that Young Money buddy Lil Wayne will once again pop up on the Drake LP, though it's unclear at present on which tracks he'll appear. The same goes for Jay Z, who had previously appeared on "Light Up" from Drake's 2010 debut Thank Me Later.

On the production side of things, Hudson Mohawke will apparently be bringing beats out for Drizzy. The rapper also told Rolling Stone that a new track called "Connect" "hits you in the heart," and is both "painful and beautiful at the same time."

Other recent tracks that may or may not appear on the LP include the Big Sean and 2 Chainz collaboration "All Me," "Started from the Bottom," "On My Way," "Girls Love Beyonce," "Hold On We're Going Home" and "5AM in Toronto."