Drake and Future Release Joint Album ‘What A Time To Be Alive’

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Future performs at Barclays Center on October 28, 2013 in New York City, Drake performs during the Future Music Festival at Royal Randwick Racecourse on February 28, 2015 in Sydney, Australia

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The album many have been waiting for is here! Drake and Future release their highly anticipated joint album What A Time To Be Alive. The album which was executive-produced by Metro Boomin features eleven brand new tracks from the OVO and Freebandz rappers. The two have been hinting at a joint album for the past few weeks and surprised fans when they suddenly released the album on Sunday, September 20th.

What A Time To Be Alive features production from of course Metro Boomin, Southside, Noah “40” Shebib and others. The album was reportedly supposed to be released exclusively on Apple Music on only available to its subscribers but the two rappers decided to make an executive decision and release the joint album on iTunes for a cool $9.99.

To see the official cover art and tracklisting for What A Time To Be Alive continue reading.

What A Time To Be Alive hasn’t been available to the masses for a full day now and already the beef is starting. Apparently, Drake decided to use his new joint album to take shots at Chris Brown. On the song “Live From The Gutter” off WATTBA, Drake raps: “This for my dawgs who go Karrueche with the chopsticks.” Well, this little line caught the ears of Karrueche’s famous ex-boyfriend Chris Brown and it didn’t sit too well with him. Chris Brown went on Instagram to respond saying the following:

“I’m too blessed for the bullsh*t. I embrace anything God has given me. It’s bigger than this music sh*t. I’m content with being Chris Brown.” Drake hasn’t responded yet to confirm if he indeed was taking shots at the singer. So we’ll just have to wait. What A Time To Be Alive is currently available on iTunes and Apple Music. Check out the tracklisting and cover art for WATTBA below.

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