- Controversial music exec Nota Baloyi has shared his honest opinion on Beyoncé's recently released album, Renaissance
- The album received rave reviews when it dropped on Friday, but Nota shared that he's not feeling even one track in the project
- Kwesta's former manager shared that the only album which is worst than Queen B's project is Drake's Honestly, Nevermind
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Nota Baloyi has taken to the timeline to share his honest opinion on Beyoncé's new album, Renaissance. The controversial local music exec is not feeling the superstar's new body of work.
Queen B trended when she dropped the new project on Friday, 29 July. After the album dropped, Nota streamed it and took to social media to criticise the album.
According to SAHipHopMag, Kwesta's former manager compared Jay-Z's wife's album to Drake's new house project executive-produced by Black Coffee. Taking to Twitter, he expressed that the only album worse than B's one is the rapper's Honestly, Nevermind.
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When fans told him to spin Bey's new album a couple of times before slamming it, Nota Baloyi added:
"I listened a few times actually. Break My Soul didn’t do it for me and the album doesn’t have anything that stands out."
Music lovers took to his comment section to share their own reactions to Beyoncé's album.
"Not everyone has good taste."
"And not everyone is a visionary and open minded."
"In your opinion! There’s easily 4 great songs on there."
"Drake should’ve jumped on the Yanos, listen to what Chris Brown did to that Monalisa song. Masterpiece."
"At first I thought Honestly Nevermind wasn't nice, take your time, King. Good things take time."
Black Coffee trends after Drake drops Honestly, Nevermind
In other music news, Briefly News reported that Black Coffee trended on social media after Drake dropped his 7th studio album on Friday morning, 17 June. The Grammy-winning house DJ is listed as one of the executive producers on Honestly, Nevermind.
The South African-born superstar worked tracks like Texts Go Green, Overdrive and Currents on the new album. His son, Esona Tyolo, is also credited for co-producing one song with his dad on the dope project. The 14-track album set tongues wagging on social meia when it was released.
Music lovers took to Twitter to praise the Superman hitmaker for "convincing" Drake to experiment with dance music. Many tweeps shared that Black Coffee's influence is written all over the rapper's new music.
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Source: Briefly News