Drake Taps Pi’erre Bourne for New Album
Pi'erre Bourne made a name for himself as the man behind Playboi Carti's hit song "Magnolia." Now, the producer is using his newfound fame to collaborate with one of hip-hop's biggest stars.
During an interview with Billboard, Bourne, who was a supporting act on Drizzy's Boy Meets World Tour, revealed he's working on Drake's upcoming album, along with Carti's next project. "After this, I got a couple other songs I'll be putting out," he said. "I'm going to finish working on my project. Getting Carti's album going, working on Drake's album, me and 21 Savage got stuff blowing up. I want to branch off and do other things. I want to do other things than music, but I'm just excited for these opportunities. I know it's going to be a big year."
But before Drizzy's album drops, Pi'erre hopes to get some of his own songs out. Ahead of the release of The Life of Pi'erre 4 in 2018, the producer is looking to release his next song, "Honeyberry." Bourne plans to get Drake on one of his songs, claiming the More Life rapper is interested in the track.
"'Honeyberry' is going to come out officially in a couple weeks. I got to figure out what I really want to go with," the producer shared. "One song I have that I'm trying to get Drake to get on. He said he wants to get on it. I'm really trying to get him on it. That would be crazy, I won't be mad if he don't, it's just a blessing to be doing all of this."
The producer recently tapped Carti for his latest single, "Yo Pi'erre." Like "Magnolia," the song features an uptempo beat and includes both Bourne and Carti rapping on the track.
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