Drake Submits 'Her Loss' For The Grammys

He had previously refused to submit his last solo album 'Honestly, Nevermind' for consideration.

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For a few years, Drake hasn't submitted his projects for consideration at the Grammy Awards. He's finally changing that as the Toronto rapper has submitted Her Loss, his collaborative effort with 21 Savage, for consideration for Album of the Year and Best Rap Album.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Drake also submitted "Rich Flex" and "Spin Bout U" for consideration for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Rap Performance, Best Rap Song, and Best Melodic Rap Performance.

Despite the submission, the publication notes that the person or people who submitted the album and songs for consideration has yet to be confirmed.

Anyone who worked on the project and is also a member of the Academy can submit their work for consideration.

In 2022, Drake refused to submit Honestly, Nevermind to the Grammys. Fellow Toronto native The Weeknd also didn't submit his last album Dawn FM.

Drake has already won several Grammys, including one for his Future collaboration "Wait For You" off of his 2022 album I Never Liked You. Before that, he had won Grammys for "Hotline Bling," "God's Plan," and his sophomore album Take Care.

Neither Drake nor 21 Savage have responded to comments from various publications thus far.

Drake recently released his newest album For All The Dogs, and while we won't know if he'll submit it for the Grammys, the album certainly has many detractors like Joe Budden.

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