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Tuesday, November 1, 2022

A Boogie postpones the release of his new album to December since Drake is dropping with 21 Savage this Friday

A Boogie postpones the release of his new album to December since Drake is dropping with 21 Savage this Friday.

A Boogie Wit da Hoodie isn't taking any chances his new album will be overlooked due to Drake and 21 Savage's upcoming joint project ... so he's delaying things once again.

A Boogie revealed the new drop for his "Me vs. Myself" album will be in December. TMZ Hip Hop got more specifics ... the exact date will be Dec. 9, in case you're marking it on your calendar.

Unlike most artists who typically blame sample clearances or technical issues for pausing a project, A Boogie openly admits he's ducking a Billboard chart showdown with Drake ... who earned his eleventh No. 1 album over the summer with his dance-infused "Honestly, Nevermind."

The switched-up release enabled Drake and 21 to avoid sharing a headline with Rihanna's new 'BP' soundtrack record, as well as Taylor Swift's current record-breaking storm over the music industry.

A Boogie obviously knows a smart biz decision when he sees it.

The Drake effect has levels to it. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie announced on Monday (October 31) that he’ll be pushing his album back to December in order to not have a sales showdown on the charts against Drake and 21 Savage’s Her Loss. 

“Sorry but Album dropping in December now, Drake was dropping same day and I’m not with that #HOODIESZN,” he wrote with a series of laughing emojis on his Instagram Story.

The Drake invasion came a bit out of nowhere after he and 21 Savage announced their Her Loss joint project would be delayed on short notice from October 28 to November 4 after the 6 God’s go-to producer Noah “40” Shebib contracted COVID-19 last week, which forced the push back.

Drizzy and 21 also graced the cover of the latest issue of Vogue, which hit magazine stands on Monday (October 31).

The 6 God debuted the Vogue cover on his Instagram with a post on Sunday (October 30).

A Boogie’s built up the anticipation for his forthcoming effort throughout the year. He shared a slew of singles in recent times including the Roddy Ricch-assisted, “B.R.O.” and “Take Shots” ft. Tory Lanez. Unfortunately, fans will have to wait another month before it drops but it seems likely that he’ll be blessing fans with even more music to hold them over until then.

Me Vs. Myself will include many more appearances from some of his close affiliates in the industry. Though he blurred out a few names, he did confirm that Lil Durk and H.E.R. will also appear on the project, alongside Tory Lanez and Roddy Ricch.

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