Bfb Da Packman’s “Forget Me Not” Album Drops Amidst Drake Collaboration Drama

    Bfb Da Packman, the rising star from Flint, Michigan, has made waves with the release of his latest album, “Forget Me Not.” The highly anticipated project boasts 15 tracks featuring collaborations with an impressive lineup of artists including DDG, Icewear Vezzo, 03 Greedo, Skilla Baby, Starlito, Yhung T.O., and more. However, the album’s release was not without its share of surprises and controversies.

    One notable absence from the album was Drake, who was initially slated to appear on the track “Olympic S**t Talkin” alongside Rio Da Yung Og, as revealed by the tracklist shared earlier in the week. Fans eagerly anticipated the collaboration, only to find that Drake’s verse was missing when the album hit streaming platforms.

    The reason behind Drake’s sudden withdrawal from the project became clear when Bfb Da Packman took to Twitter to address the issue. He explained that Drake had pulled his contributions from the album due to Kendrick Lamar’s recent verse on “Like That,” where Kendrick took shots at both Drake and J. Cole. The diss track seemingly put Drake’s collaborations on hold, including his feature on Bfb’s album.

    Kendrick Lamar’s verse on “Like That” didn’t hold back, with lines directly targeting Drake and J. Cole. Drake responded subtly via Instagram, hinting at the tension between the artists. Despite the setback, Bfb Da Packman expressed gratitude for Drake’s past support, recalling how Drake had gifted him NOCTA kicks back in 2022, showing solidarity with the Flint talent on his fitness journey.

    Looking ahead, Bfb Da Packman remains determined to make his mark in the music industry, despite the unexpected twists surrounding his album release. His resolve to create his best work in 2023 remains unwavering, fueled by the support he’s received from Drake and his unwavering dedication to his craft. As “Forget Me Not” continues to garner attention, fans eagerly anticipate what’s next for the rising star and how he’ll navigate the challenges and triumphs that come his way.

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    Queen Suigeneris
    Queen Suigeneris
    Based in Philadelphia, Queen Suigeneris is the Lead Writer for HipHopUntapped. She enjoys reading, poetry, and fashion.

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