Drake Bumps Kanye West’s “Through The Wire” Ahead Of Chicago Tour Stop - WhatsOnRap

Drake Teases Album "For All The Dogs" & Shows Love for Kanye's "Through the Wire" in Tour Buildup

Drake, the talented Canadian rapper, has been keeping fans on the edge of their seats with tantalizing hints about his highly anticipated forthcoming album, "For All The Dogs." But that's not all; he's also been showing some love and admiration for one of Kanye West's iconic tracks.

In a recent Instagram story posted on a lazy Sunday (July 2), Drake was seen sporting a stylish sweatshirt adorned with the same canine figures used in the promotion of his poetry book, "Titles Ruin Everything," and presumably also associated with his upcoming album.

Thanks to a report by Elliott Wilson, fans were treated to a glimpse of Drake harmonizing along to Kanye West's classic hit, "Through the Wire." The video was set against the backdrop of bathroom acoustics, but that didn't stop Drizzy from effortlessly moving to the beat, all while showcasing his luxurious wristwatch.

This isn't just another casual karaoke session for Drake; it seems to carry a deeper significance. Speculations are ripe that this song choice may be a foreshadowing of the first stop of his much-awaited "It's All a Blur Tour" alongside the talented 21 Savage. Interestingly, the tour is set to kick off in none other than Yeezy's own hometown on Wednesday (July 5), adding an extra layer of excitement to the mix.

The music world witnessed an intriguing turn of events in December 2021 when Drake and Kanye appeared to bury the hatchet during the "Free Larry Hoover" benefit concert in Los Angeles. This reunion was aimed at uniting the hip-hop community and raising awareness about prison reform, showcasing the influential power of artists like Drake and Kanye in making a positive impact on society.

However, it hasn't always been smooth sailing between Drake and Ye. Earlier this year, the Toronto native seemed to revisit their past rivalry with a veiled reference to Kanye's divorce in his April single, "Search & Rescue." The song featured a sample from a "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" episode and even had a look-alike of Kim Kardashian on the cover, making the nod to their history all the more apparent.

As we eagerly await the release of Drake's much-anticipated album and the kick-off of his exciting tour, it's clear that the dynamic between these two influential artists continues to evolve. Their ability to come together, set aside differences, and focus on making a positive impact reflects the transformative power of music in bridging gaps and inspiring change.

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