Drake fans have been enthusiastically anticipating his 6th studio album Certified Lover Boy, the follow-up to his 2018 double album Scorpion. The project was initially expected to drop in January, yet a knee injury sidelined the album.
Throughout the most recent a half year, Drake has hung the venture before his fans, in any event, savaging them with a supposed tracklist that was just his 3-year-old child Adonis’ scrawls.
In any case, in a new interview with battle rap league URLTV at their NOMEXI event, Drake gave a promising update for those who’ve been restlessly expecting new music from the OVO Sound chief. At the point when pushed on a particular delivery date for Certified Lover Boy, Drake wouldn’t affirm when the collection would show up.
Notwithstanding, when a visitor referenced the finish of the mid year, he said, “Oh yeah, I’ll be there. My album will be out by then.”
Drake immediately whet his fans’ pallets when he dropped Scary Hours 2 in March. When talking on the project, he portrayed it as just a “warm up ting” to his “next masterpiece,” building considerably more publicity around Certified Lover Boy.
The Toronto-bred artist shared a bit of a new song called “Fair Trade” in May. In the 81-second preview, he plays the whole first verse and chorus as well as the initial not many lines from the second verse.
“Feeling young but they treat me like the OG,” he raps. “And they want the tea on me, I swear these bitches nosy/Said he put some money on my head, I guess we gon’ see/I won’t put no money on his head, my n-ggas owe me/I gotta be single for a while, you can’t control me/Uno, dos, tres in a race they can’t hold me.”