DRAKE REVEALS TEASER AND RELEASE DATE FOR NEW ALBUM ‘CERTIFIED LOVER BOY’

The Toronto-born rapper released a short teaser on Saturday, which also happened to be his 34th birthday. The caption confirmed that the name of the album is “Certified Lover Boy,” and the release date is January 2021.


DRAKE REVEALS TEASER AND RELEASE DATE FOR NEW ALBUM ‘CERTIFIED LOVER BOY’
A new studio album from Drake is coming early next year.

The Toronto-born rapper released a short teaser on Saturday, which also happened to be his 34th birthday. The caption confirmed that the name of the album is “Certified Lover Boy,” and the release date is January 2021.

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Within the short clip, a young boy — presumably a version of Drake himself — looks up into a spotlight shining down on him as a hazy instrumental plays. The teaser then shows short recreations of the artwork for Drake’s previous releases, including “Take Care,” “Nothing Was the Same” and “Dark Lane Demo Tapes.” The one noticeable difference is that Drake has a heart shaved into his hairline, most likely in reference to the new album’s title. READ MORE


DRAKE DROPS TEASER AND RELEASE DATE FOR UPCOMING ALBUM
Canada’s favourite rapper is now a Certified Lover Boy.

Over the weekend, Drake shared a few details about his upcoming album, including a short trailer and the scheduled release date. The teaser dropped on Saturday, October 24, which coincidentally, was the rapper’s 34th birthday.

The trailer also gives a nod to some of the artist’s old album covers, such as Nothing Was the Same, Take Care, and Dark Lane Demo Tapes. READ MORE


DRAKE UNVEILS NEW ALBUM ‘CERTIFIED LOVER BOY’ VIDEO TEASER, RELEASE DATE
October’s Very Own Drake made a special announcement on his birthday (October 24) via Twitter.

OVO Sound, his official record label in conjunction with Republic Records, and the Toronto rapper took to social media to announce that his forthcoming project Certified Lover Boy is set to debut next January.

The mysterious video teaser pays homage to some of his most iconic sets to date, referencing So Far Gone, Take Care, Nothing Was The Same and his latest, Dark Lane Tapes. The concise trailer begins with a young boy looking up to the sky under a spotlight as leaves fall from the sky — resembling his first mixtape cover art, So Far Gone. READ MORE


 

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