Gunna Reveals “Solid” Originally Recorded for Drake’s “Certified Lover Boy”

It’s very difficult to narrow down what type of style Drake will adopt for his next project as he’s proven time and again that he can easily switch it up. It’s at least a little insight into the type of hot tracks Drake wants on his next album. This could mean that he is taking CLB in an entirely different direction. Gunna described the album-making process as fun, noting that he and his fellow label mates still have great chemistry. Let’s put slime on it.’ And he was like extra with it and we did, and that’s how that came together,” he said. The information was revealed by Gunna while he was being interviewed by Billboard. Gunna opened up about the track “Solid” and revealed that it was destined for CLB. With very little news coming in about Drake’s hugely anticipated album Certified Lover Boy, fans have been desperate to get any info. What’s important to note is that this track is very different from the work that Drake typically puts out. Slime Language 2 was released today, April 23, and is the follow-up to 2018’s Slime Language. “It was just fun. Gunna says “Solid” was originally suppose to be on Drake’s highly anticipated album. While the release date remains a mystery, it has been revealed that YSL’s Slime Language 2 standout track “Solid” featuring Drake was supposed to be featured on the upcoming album. Share this:

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“But then his album didn’t come out and I was still vibing with it, and I’m like ‘Shit bro, I wanna put it on Slime Language 2. It wasn’t nothing like forced or nothing like that. It was really like family, we just really had fun with it. He added that when CLB didn’t come out, he asked Drake if he could drop it on Slime Language 2 instead because he felt the song had a strong vibe. We kind of just had songs ready, and when we felt the right time to just put the album out, we put it out,” he said. “Drake had originally sent me the song for his album and I did it and we was vibing with it for a minute,” he shared. The anticipation has certainly been building, and fans are even more curious now because they have no idea what to expect from the “What’s Next” rapper.