summer is coming to an end But Drake is just getting started.After weeks of teasing, the rapper finally releases for all dogs, his eighth studio album.His third record released in the past two years – following Honestly, it doesn’t matter and 21 Savage-assisted collaborative albums her loss — Arriving as a companion piece The title ruins everythinghis poetry collection released in June.
“I made an album to accompany the book,” Drake wrote on the poetry collection’s website. “They said they missed the old Drake girl, don’t tempt me. For all the dogs.”
for all dogs Notable collaborations with Bad Bunny, J. Cole, SZA, Chief Keef, 21 Savage, Teezo Touchdown, Yeat, Sexyy Red and Lil Yachty. Drake serves as executive producer on the record, along with Noah “40” Shebib, Oliver El-Khatib and Noel Cadastre. Listen here via Tidal.
Ahead of the release, Drake revealed the 23-song tracklist, which features then-hidden artists. Ahead of the record’s release, the rapper took to social media on Wednesday night to share the music video for “Charlotte 8 AM,” as well as the music video for “Slime You Out,” his September collaboration with SZA.
The album was originally scheduled to be released on September 22, but the rapper announced it was postponing the release to focus on his tour.since for all dogs After it was first announced, there were rumors that Drake would be dropping this week. Every Friday, when it doesn’t arrive, the anticipation for it rises, not wanes.The continued interest may have something to do with the rapper’s current on-stage performances everything is blurry travel. While hinting at the return of the fondly missed “old” Drake, the Toronto native takes to the stage multiple nights a week to deliver the hits that audiences crave.
On the tour’s opening night, Drake performed more than 50 songs from his decade-plus career, including “Marvins Room,” “HYFR,” “God’s Plan” and his latest single “Search & Rescue.” . Released in April, specifically sampled by Kim Kardashian.
In January, just months before the tour began, Drake performed a special career-spanning performance at New York City’s Apollo Theater. When 21 Savage took the stage with him, he mentioned that the two would be hitting the road together this summer and hinted at the release of a new solo album.
“I think about a lot of things in life, but at this moment, none of those things stop making music for you, so I’m going to be here for you at least for a while,” Drake told the audience. “I hope to stir up more emotion in you. Maybe this year – I might get bored and do another one. Who knows?”