Drake and 21 Savage share Her Loss artwork, make spoof NPR Tiny Desk Concert

Drake and 21 Savage have stepped up promotional activity around their upcoming album Her Loss. The joint project will arrive on November 4, one week later than planned after producer Noah “40” Shebib came down with Covid.

With less than 24 hours until the album arrives, however, Drake and 21 have shared the official artwork featuring a close up on model Qui Yasuka‘s face. See above.

The pair have also shared a series of fake interview clips, spoofing the viral content many artists do as promotion for their work. These clips include an interview with Howard Stern, in which they discuss porn, therapy, and performing in London. Additionally, 21 Savage made a mock Vogue “What’s In My Bag” video and the pair imagined their own NPR Tiny Desk Concert.

Her Loss was first announced as part of the “Jimmy Cooks” video, Drake and 21 Savage’s No.1 collaboration from the former’s latest album Honestly, Nevermind. 21 Savage’s most recent solo album I Am > I Was dropped in 2018. This summer he appeared alongside Pharrell and Tyler, The Creator on “Cash In Cash Out.”