Drake Drops Fresh Album ‘For All the Dogs’, Cover Art Designed By Son

By Edem Latsu Nukafu

The keenly expected Drizzy album docked on streaming shelves early Friday morning (October 6) following a little hesitance from its planned midnight release, which the Canadian native apologized for via Instagram.

Tracklist characterized with 23 songs, the project puffs guest appearances from J. Cole, 21 Savage, SZA, Chief Keef, Lil Yachty, Sexyy Red, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Bad Bunny, Yeat and Teezo Touchdown.

TDE’s SZA co-stars on the earlier released “Slime You Out,” which just culminated in the Billboard Hot 100, as well as another tune titled “Rich Baby Daddy.”

At the backside of the boards, production emanates from Boi-1da, Noah “40” Shebib, Southside, Tay Keith, BNYX, Conductor Williams and more. Drake’s NBA pal Kevin Durant is also listed in the credits as the album’s A&R.

Check out the tracklist below:

Before the release of For All the Dogs, Drake hosted an episode of his Table For One radio show on SiriusXM’s Sound 42 channel, during which he shed light on his latest album.

“I just got out of the studio, fourth-quarter magic. Me and Cole going crazy. Me and Cole went crazy tonight. Shout out J. Cole,” he told listeners, referencing his “First Person Shooter” collaboration with the Dreamville superstar.

“We’re here, and I’m very, very proud, I’m very, very grateful that any of you are still interested in even listening to what The Boy’s gotta say. And I hope that we’ll find common ground once again.”

He summed up: “I do think that you’re really gonna enjoy this. I think I did my fucking job if I do say so myself.”

For All the Dogs extends the most prolific stretch of Drake’s festoon career, commemorating his fourth full-length release in just over two years following 2021’s Certified Lover Boy and last year’s Honestly, Nevermind and Her Loss, his joint album with 21 Savage.

“I look around at all these faces. I know it’s summertime, I gotta give you shit!” he told fans during the opening night of his It’s All a Blur Tour in Chicago in July.

“I don’t know about these guys that go away for three, four, five years and wanna chill out and all that shit. That’s not me.”

Hit digital streaming services for yours. ‘Champagne Papi’ is out. Cheers!

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