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Drake Mentions his Best Songs From the PARTYNEXTDOOR “P4.”

Drake has disclosed that he prefers one song over the others on PARTYNEXTDOOR’s most recent release “P4.”

On Thursday, April 25, the 6 God shared on his Instagram stories that he prefers “No Chill” to the other songs from P4.

Regarding the hit song, he stated, “I played this 100,000 times before release and wished they logged my streams.”

The producer and vocalist of OVO Sound released a teaser video on Wednesday, April 24, to build hype for PartyNextDoor 4, which is set to release this coming weekend.

The image opens with a number of stunning women sulking and posing in a studio. It then switches to two of the women holding spots on a stripper pole above ground.

The 30-year-old gained prominence in the music industry earlier this month when he revealed the graphic cover art for his next album.

The image in question was captured from behind and features a nude woman in the doggy-style sex position with her head crushed against a bed.

The model, who goes by the handle @maaminextdoor on social media, and rapper Haiti Babii shared the photo to their Instagram Stories later on, revealing that they are parents to a kid together.

He wrote, “I was apart [sic] of PARTYNEXTDOOR rollout or did only fans, or I didn’t know my child’s mother stripper.” “I’m not posting in an attempt to make her feel bad because I know she’s pursuing her dreams.”

Maaminextdoor also provided information about the cover shot, including images and videos that can be seen here that were taken behind the scenes.

Her image also seems to have been on the covers of PND’s songs “Resentment” and “Real Woman,” as well as in a brochure advertising the latter.

In addition, she referred to herself as the album’s “muse.” It will be released on Friday, April 26.

The R&B singer’s longtime fan Drake is among those who are most eager to hear P4. Last month, Drake toasted the then-impending release of “Real Woman” on social media by referring to his signee as “the real G.O.A.T.”

“This Friday @partynextdoor, the real [G.O.A.T.] is back,” he captioned the image of the song on Instagram.









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