Drake & 21 Savage Are Trolling Us All With Their ‘Her Loss’ Album Rollout

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Ahead of the release of their new album Her Loss, Drake and 21 Savage have done NPR Tiny Desk, Vogue and Howard Stern spoofs as promo.

Drake and 21 Savage are trolling us in anticipation of their collaborative album Her Loss. Throughout the week, the “Jimmy Cooks” duo have revealed exclusive album promo with Vogue, NPR Tiny Desk Concerts and The Howard Stern Show, only for fans to realize that the rappers are spoofing traditional album rollouts.

In the “Vogue” issue, a spread of images promoting the upcoming album and “brands” like Saint Laurent and ‘Bartier Savage & Co.’ are seen, both nods to the Atlanta-raised 21 Savage.

In the faux-NPR Tiny Desk Concert segment, Champagne Papi and The Slaughter King introduce themselves to a potentially fake audience while backed by two guitarists. NPR Music has since responded, calling out the duo to potentially appear on the real music series.


During The Howard Stern Show interview, Stern asks Drake about his porn preferences and whether he could see himself tying the knot one day.

“I’m sure I could [be married], you know? I think that eventually, once all this is said and done for us, and that addiction of work and success and forward movement in over, I feel like we’re all gonna need something real. Hopefully it’s not too late,” Drake said. “But then, like right now, I get into this habit of dating like four or five women to make one women, because I like these two things about this girl, then I like what this girl does for a living. So, it’s just real,” he added.

He added, “I honestly don’t know, hopefully I’ll find somebody. The biggest thing is, I need to be inspired, so I don’t know how to find that with the porn question in there. I just need all those things.”


The official album cover for Her Loss has also been revealed, featuring model Qui Yasuka, who goes by Suki Baby on social media.


Her Loss arrives on Friday, November 4.

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