After giving a peek into his collaborations in love on "The Ellen DeGeneres" show last week, Drake is now sharing a few secrets about his recent collabs in the music studio.
Speaking to Ryan Seacrest during a recent interview for iHeartRadio, the Canadian-born rapper spoke about his new album, "Nothing Was The Same," and offered only praise for one of his favorite musical sirens, Beyoncé. This is no surprise, though, seeing that he most recently honored Queen Bey with the track "Girls Love Beyoncé.”
“I’m a Beyoncé believer,” Drake said. “I really believe strongly in her talent and her position in our generation. I think she’s one of the biggest stars ever, but especially for these girls right now. I feel like they need Beyoncé.”
During the 30 minute interview, he also revealed that he spent some in the studio with the singer as she worked on her new project.
“I reached out to her and asked if I could come and be a part of her project, and she was kind enough to invite me out there. And we did some work together,” Drizzy said.
It is still to be seen if the track -- or possible tracks -- will make the cut for Bey's upcoming album, which continues to be more of a legend than a reality. She's been teasing the highly anticipated project since the beginning of the year. But no lead single, album title or release date has yet to surface for the album.
According to Drake, the collab happened when he was in the same building as Jay-Z, Timbaland, Swizz Beatz and Justin Timberlake. Drake also spoke of his plans to return to acting once he completes the tour for "Nothing Was The Same," the singer's third album.
Treye Green is a reporter for The International Business Times and a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Green has shot, edited and...