Drake Collaborates with Andre 3000, Talks Nicki Minaj, Rihanna Romance
Drake has already enlisted a few guest stars on the long anticipated sophomore album "Take Care," (Nov. 15) including The Weeknd, Young Money's Lil Wayne and even Stevie Wonder. Now we can add OutKast's Andre 3000 to the list.
Noah "40" Shebib, Drake's go-to producer, revealed the guest spot in an interview with the Fader, remarking on their recording session. The original name of the instrumental they were set to rhyme over was "Good Enough for the Both of Us."
Drake reacted by saying "What a sh*tty title!" Luckily, they enjoyed the beat more than the name. But that's not the only interesting Drake news unearthed this week.
In an interview with Elle, Drake said felt his relationship with Rihanna meant more than a fling. "At the time it hurt, but she didn't mean to," the Toronto native explains. "I'll never put that on her. I was hurt because I slowly started to realize what it was. I guess I thought it was more."
But Rihanna isn't the "Only Girl In The World" he opens up about. He also speaks on that quickie fake marriage controversy with Nicki Minaj. "I don't know if we were really pretending. I'd marry Nicki. I think Nicki would be one of the only people that would understand me at the end of all of this and be able to love me."