Drake has finally confirmed the release date for his new album ‘For All The Dogs’ after months of teasing. Drake took to social media today (September 7) to reveal the new release date for ‘For All The Dogs,’ which is September 22. However, other details about the album, such as the tracklist and guest appearances, are yet to be published.
The rapper first confirmed the album’s release date in late June, following the release of his debut poetry book. Kenza Samir and Aubrey Graham’s book, Titles Ruin Everything: A Stream of Consciousness, is now available for purchase.
Since then, Drake has been teasing the album, announcing its release “in like two weeks” in late July. Although the album wasn’t released as planned, Drake did publish the album’s artwork, which was created by his son Adonis, a month later.
This summer, Drake spent his leisure time honing his freestyle flow and appearing in Young Thug’s “Oh U Went” video when he wasn’t spending $1 million on a ring made and worn by 2Pac. Pharrell Williams was also called out in “Meltdown,” a track on Travis Scott’s latest album, Utopia.
“Honestly, Nevermind” was Drake’s 14th full-length to reach the top 10 of the chart and his 11th record to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. His collaboration with 21 Savage, “Her Loss,” was also a commercial triumph.