Donda and Certified Lover Boy: The Clash Between the Two Best Album in 2021

Donda and Certified Lover Boy: The Clash Between the Two Best Album in 2021

The year 2021 is proving to be a blessed year for the music industry, with a slew of new songs and albums being released by various artists. The two hip hop monarchs, Kanye West and Drake, released new albums this year, both are the most anticipated in the music scene..

Donda is Kanye West's ninth studio album, released through GOOD Music and Def Jam Recordings. The album contained 27 tracks and was produced by Kanye West. The album was initially scheduled to be released on July 24, 2020. 

However, it has been repeatedly postponed. Kanye West continued to host Donda Listening parties in the months leading up to the album's formal release on August 29, 2021.

Among the songs included in Donda are Hurricane (with Lil Baby and The Weeknd), which has received over 1.3M+streams, Donda (featuring Stalone and The World Famous Tony Williams), which has received over 1.3M+ streams, and Jail, which has received over 567.6K+ streams plays.

Certified Lover Boy is Drake's sixth studio album and his first to be released in the United States. OVO Sound and Republic Records collaborated on the album's 21 incredible tracks. The album was released on September 3, 2021, according to the official release date. 

The songs in Certified Lover Boy include Fair Trade (featuring Travis Scott), with 1.7M+ streams. Girls Want Girls (featuring Lil Baby), which has 1.6M+ streams, and Way 2 Sexy (featuring Future and Young Thug), the most streamed and highest-earning song on the chart, with a total of 2.3M+ streams and $7.08K+ in earnings.

Due to the fact that the two musicians released their albums only five days apart, there has been a lot of clashes among fans about which record is the finest. Aside from the disputes, both albums receive positive reviews and are streams.