Drake and Beyonce will be collaborating in some future music and the rapper claims its not just because she's a super star, it's because she's role model to women.
The "Nothing Was The Same" album is the rapper's third album to be released from the Toronto native, but the celebrity explained he's more excited for Beyonce's album release than his own since he worked on some of the upcoming album's tracks.
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Working with Beyonce's husband Jay Z wasn't enough for the rapper who worked on "Pound Cake" off of his newest project "NWTS," he gushed to Ryan Seacrest, "I'm a Beyonce believer. 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 Beyonce. 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, Drake added, "And we did some work together."
The star confirmed a duet and says it's an emotional one to date and debut on her album, "It's emotional, but I think I also found a balance in the production-as far as not to make it so down," He told E! News.
Known for his ballads, the rapper compared his last album "Take Care" to "NWTS" saying, "'Take Care' had real ballads, real down moments, and I feel like on this album, I try to push everything together to make it strong. It's great. It's one of my favorite pieces. It's concise. I'm really proud of the writing on there. And 40 [Noah Shebib] outworked me on the production, he's amazing. It's good, I'm excited."