After hearing Drakes sincerely, Irv Gotti was determined to discover new DMX, Ja Rule, and Jay-Z

After hearing Drakes sincerely, Irv Gotti was determined to discover new DMX, Ja Rule, and Jay-Z ...

Drake''s new album, Honestly, Nevermind, was released worldwide on June 17 and, unlike his previous effort, Certified Lover Boy, a Toronto native, received mixed reviews. This time, criticism has remained based on the fact that the newly released album is a dance album, from top to bottom. As key figures of the genre, like Irv Gotti, were alarmed about the finished products'' sound.

He talked with TMZ, the CEO and co-founder of Murder, Inc., while also saying that he wasn''t feeling Honestly, Nevermind. Drake believes that he can do what he wants, but that with the influence and power that the global superstar has, he might change his mind about his fate. After seeing the album, Gotti admitted that he grew up trying to find a raw new DMX, a fresh [Ja-Rule,] and serve ni**

If that''s catching up, what does hip-hop do for him? questioned Gotti during his conversation.

He then doubled down on finding the next superstar who might be quite powerful enough to retaliat Drake''s influence.

He''s too powerful and too strong, and it made me feel like we need a different ni***a that is as powerful and as strong who will continue to do this with the concept of Hip-Hop.

Elsewhere, DrakesHonestly, Nevermindbroke Apple Musics has released its first-day stream record for Dance albums and has announced that Massive and Sticky would be included as singles for the newly released album.

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