It looks like the planned March release for[artist id="2545682"]Drake's[/artist] hotly anticipated official debut LP, [article id="1629018"]Thank Me Later,[/article] may not happen. It's already February and the 23-year old said he's still recording his opus.
"Not yet," Drake said Sunday night at the red carpet of the Grammy Awards, when asked if he was done recording. "I got a couple more things."
One of those things has the potential to be a blockbuster: Drizzy and [artist id="502642"]Eminem[/artist] may have a follow-up to "Forever," which the pair [article id="1630906"]performed with Lil Wayne and drummer Travis Barker at the Grammys[/article].
"Me and Em talked about something today," Drake revealed. "We might need that to happen."
As for the official first single from the album, the Young Money franchise player is ruminating on it.
"I'm gonna figure that out this week and it should be coming in a week or two," he said. "It's all coming soon. I won't take too long."
Besides performing "Forever" with Slim Shady and Lil Wayne, Drake was nominated for two Grammys, Best Rap Song and Best Rap Solo Performance, both for "Best I Ever Had." (He [article id="1630873"]lost out to Jay-Z[/article] in both categories.)
"That song is a real honest song," he said. "It connected with a lot of women — my moms likes it. For it to be Grammy-nominated is an honor, man. It's always good when the words in your music are something that you live by and you get to hear it every day on the radio and you're not ashamed of it.
"It's all moments I need to cherish and observe," he said, summing up the evening.
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