Drake Drops His New Album For All The Dogs
Drake's highly-anticipated album, "For All the Dogs," has finally made its grand debut. After a slight delay from its midnight release, Drizzy took to Instagram to express his apologies to fans.
With a whopping 23 tracks, the album is a star-studded affair featuring collaborations with industry heavyweights like J. Cole, 21 Savage, SZA, Chief Keef, Lil Yachty, Sexyy Red, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Bad Bunny, Yeat, and Teezo Touchdown.
SZA joins in on the action with her powerhouse presence on the previously released chart-topper, "Slime You Out," and another track titled "Rich Baby Daddy."
List of features on Drake's new album "For All The Dogs" ⬇️— WhatsOnRap (@whatsonrap) October 6, 2023
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Steering the ship on production are none other than the brilliant minds of Boi-1da, Noah “40” Shebib, Southside, Tay Keith, BNYX, Conductor Williams, and a host of other talents. Adding a touch of NBA flair, Drake's buddy Kevin Durant is credited as the album's A&R.
Before the curtain went up on "For All the Dogs," Drake hosted a special episode of his Table For One radio show on SiriusXM's Sound 42 channel. During the show, he offered insights into the creative process behind his latest musical masterpiece.
“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 shared, giving a nod to his collab with the Dreamville sensation, "First Person Shooter."
Expressing gratitude to his listeners, he said,“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 concluded with confidence, “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" marks yet another milestone in Drake's illustrious career, solidifying his status as one of the most prolific artists of our time. This album makes it the fourth full-length release in just over two years, following 2021's "Certified Lover Boy" and the previous year's trio of gems: "Honestly," "Nevermind," and "Her Loss," his collaborative effort with 21 Savage.