"Drake's upset because he can't have his cake and eat it too. Until Nothing Was The Same, I'd never understood that phrase. But it's something like never wanting to make a firm decision in fear of losing something else. But when he's being true to himself, it's very apparent on this record, and those moments are golden, whether he's pensive or angry. Nothing Was The Same is a moody record, like a bottomless pit of violent and vocal hormones during puberty. A little confusing, a little stand-offish in parts, but when an equilibrium is reached, virtually perfect."

Well that's what we thought, and considering it's been out for a day (which is a million hours in internet time), it's likely you have an opinion on it too. If you don't fall in that camp, feel free to listen to it below. [via FACT]

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