Canadian Superstar Drake has finally shared the release date for his upcoming album “For ALL The Dogs” on his Instagram earlier today.
“For All The Dogs” which will be Drizzy’s third project in the last 12 months will be released on September 22. Drake shared this information with a clip that includes vintage footage of his father Dennis Graham singing along with his band at a show.
Below we have compiled various information that was discussed by others and Drake himself regarding the album:
“His Best Verses” – Lil Yachty
“It’s very current,” said Lil Yachty who told Drake himself after listening to the album “it has a lot of great songs” and “some off the great verses i ever heard are on this album, People will have a lot to say on these topics. He deals with lot of controversial things”
wow Lil Yachty gives the inside scoop on Drake’s new album For All The Dogs 🐶
• some of Drake’s best verses ever
• very controversial bars
• most energetic sounding album yet pic.twitter.com/XxBFmVFXOG
— SOUND (@itsavibe) September 7, 2023
“His Best Music” – Dennis Graham ( Drake’s Father )
Drake’s father Dennis Graham has shared his thoughts on the album after listening to it as he calls it “some of his best music “
I had the pleasure of sitting in my Son’s dressing room and listening to this new album and I must say that it is some of the best music that I’ve heard him do, and I am sure that every Drake fan throughout the entire world is going feel this one, everything about For All The Dogs is what we’ve been waiting for, Congratulations Son I really feel this one.
Confirmed Guest features
Drake also confirmed two huge guest features on his album one with his Young Money partner Nicki Minaj with whom he will be collaborating on his own album for the first time since his second studio album “Take Care” back in 2011. Another confirmed appearance on the album will be from Latin star Bad Bunny. Both collaborations were confirmed during Drake’s tour “It’s All A Blur”.
Drake confirms Bad Bunny will be featured on his upcoming album ‘For All The Dogs’ pic.twitter.com/wdkx82MroO
— Kurrco (@Kurrco) August 14, 2023