The duo continued their "press run" following the release of their joint album Her Loss with an unofficial performance on "SNL." This one, however, did not appear live on NBC and was instead released on Drake and Savage's social media platforms at the same time as "SNL."
Just after an introduction by Michael B. Jordan, who called Her Loss "one of the most relatable albums of all time," the duo performed "On BS," one of the album's 16 tracks. They appeared from what seemed to be Studio 8H at 30 Rock before doing a whole show that began with their own "SNL" bumper and finished with false crowd cheers.
Drake and 21 have been training for their media debut with a series of phony appearances. They faked a "Tiny Desk" performance and created their own Vogue cover. They also had a pretend interview with Howard Stern, where they spoke about p*** and relationships.
All of the viral videos appear to be functioning well. Her Loss is predicted to debut at the top of the charts with 335-350,000 copies. The album's lines regarding Kanye West and Megan Thee Stallion, who lashed out at Drake after his apparent insult, sparked controversy.