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16 September 2013, 15:25 | Updated: 16 September 2013, 15:28
The 'Started From The Bottom' rapper's third studio outing has emerged online early due to leaks.
Drake's new album 'Nothing Was The Same' has leaked online over a week ahead of its scheduled release date.
The Canadian rapper is set to release his third studio offering officially on 24th September, but Sunday evening (15th September) saw the record emerging across the Internet.
The leak also confirmed a new coloration with fellow rapper Jay-Z called 'Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2', which includes a sure to be controversial reference to pop singer Katy Perry.
The 13-track album follows Drake's 2011 release 'Take Care', and reportedly includes only three collaborations in total, the other two being with Detail and Majid Jordan.
The 'Started From The Bottom' rapper is the latest artist this year to face online leaks of their album ahead of release, following similar experiences by stars including Lady Gaga, Kanye West and One Direction.
Check out the official artwork for Drake's new record 'Nothing Was The Same':
Drake has yet to comment on the online leak of his new album 'Nothing Was The Same', which officially sees release on 24th September.