Following months of anticipation, Drake has announced that his highly anticipated Certified Lover Boy full length will be released before the end of the summer.
The musician’s debut album Thank Me Later came out in 2010 and according to sources, in 2018, the superstar rapper/writer was accountable for more than 5% of Toronto’s 8.8 billion Canadian dollar tourism revenue along with becoming America’s highest-certified digital singles artist.
In a recent interview Drizzy (born Aubrey Drake Graham) confirmed his attendance at the forthcoming Murda Mook vs. Reed Dollaz rap duel, to take place during the 2021 Summer Madness event by saying “I’ll be there” and “My album will be out by then.”
Due to OVO’s knee surgery Certified Lover Boy is six months behind schedule and while Drake affirmed that the album will be released this year, DJ Akademiks stated that he was told by the artist that the project would be out some two months ago.
In support of the forthcoming LP Drake revealed an Instagram teaser of a song supposedly titled “Fair Trade”.