Posted on 18 March, 2010 | 1 Comment
@DrakkardNoir hasn’t given up his pursuit of the living legendary singer. A while back, Sade was asked about Drake and his aspirations for the two to work together, to which she responded she doesn’t like to step out of her element as far as working with other artists. Drizzy still remains optimistic telling MTV:
“That’s great. Her brand is always protected. That’s why,” Drake said of her comments on the set of his “Over” video last week in California. “Other people’s visuals, other people’s songs, stepping outside your zone can jeopardize your brand. It can bring you down as opposed to bring you up. I personally feel we could have done something amazing. But I don’t think she really knows who I am, really, my genre of music. I put it out there. It was more of a hopeful thing. It was a very early stage where I was at when I said that I was hoping. One day. Maybe after this album comes out.
“I’m very influenced by her,” he added. “She does something that I do. She doesn’t do too much with harmonies, and she keeps her vocals very clean. Single vocals. Haunting melodies. I’m influenced by her a lot. One day.”