Drake Responds To Honestly Nevermind Bad Reviews

This week, Drake surprise-dropped his seventh album Honestly, Nevermind.

The album marked a big departure from Drake’s normal sound — for starters, the new LP is house music; whereas, Drake’s other records are rap with R&B elements.

Music critics had mixed responses. For example, Variety wrote, “As a standalone Drake album, it’s deeply refreshing, and a dose of vibrant pop likely to reverberate through the remainder of the summer.”

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However, another outlet, Consequence of Sound, wrote, “Honestly, Nevermind isn’t a bad album, but it is disappointing.”

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When the album dropped on Twitter, fans echoed the same — if not worse — criticism of the album.

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Well, during his album release party, Drake addressed the criticism. “It’s all good if you don’t get it yet,” he said in a @itsrikip_’s reel, as the new track “Calling My Name” played.

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“That’s what we do! We wait for you to catch up,” he added. “We in here, though, we caught up already.

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“On to the next. My goodness!”

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I mean, he has a point. There have been countless times I know I’ve listened to an album and initially hated it, but then eventually grew to love it. So, here’s hoping that happens for y’all! Bye!

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