On Friday (September 3), Drake at long last delivered his most recent studio album Certified Lover Boy. Notwithstanding recently prodded patrons like JAY-Z, Lil Wayne, Young Thug, and numerous others, the credits for CLB recorded R. Kelly as a co-lyricist. The credit shows up on a melody called “TSU.” Now, long-lasting Drake associate Noah “40” Shebib—who functioned as one of a few makers on CLB—has said something in regards to the R. Kelly credit. “I’m not here to defend drakes lyrics, but I thought I would clear up that there is no actual r Kelly present and it’s a bit misleading to call him a co lyricist,” Shebib wrote in an Instagram remark recently (September 5). Discover his remark in the post underneath.
Shebib’s remark was made because of an Instagram post that common a photograph of an Independent feature that peruses: “Certified Lover Boy: Drake album credits R. Kelly as co-lyricist.” “It’s kinda wild cause I was just reading ‘Baby Girl’ by Kathy Iandoli and the recounts of some of that stuff is horrific and disgusting,” Shebib wrote, referring to the recently published biography of Aaliyah. “Then I saw this post and just had to say something because to think we would stand beside that guy or write with him is just incredibly disgusting.”
Somewhere else in his statement, Shebib specifies that toward the start of “TSU” there is an example of OG Ron C talking. “Behind that faintly which you can’t even hear is an r Kelly song playing in the background,” he writes. “It has no significance no lyrics are present, r Kelly’s voice isn’t even present but if we wanted to use Ron c talking we were forced to license it.”