Drake’s ‘Nothing was the Same’ Fits All Moods

Drake's 'Nothing was the Same' Fits All Moods

Cassidy Wright, Reporter

Anticipation was high for rap artist Drake’s new album “Nothing Was The Same,” and it didn’t disappoint with its array of  songs ranging from slow and meaningful, to songs that move you to get up and dance. Many of the songs on the album had hard hitting beats and lyrics like, “I got my eyes on you, you’re everything that I see” that really hooked you in.

However, this album is not for anyone. This album is for those who can handle a bad word or two. Most songs on the album are also longer than your average song.

Some of the songs from the album is popular on mainstream radio such as “Started From The Bottom” and “Hold On We’re Going Home.”

One of the more popular songs that isn’t necessarily on the radio is “All Me,” a track on the album featuring other well known rappers 2 Chainz and Big Sean. In this track, it describes how rapper Drake moved up the rap industry, all by himself.

All in all, the album is a hit and fits every mood you have, whether you’re feeling jubilant, melancholy, upset, or ecstatic, if you’re looking for a song to describe how you feel “Nothing Was The Same” is the album you should listen to.