This Friday, the Canadian rapper Drake celebrated the worldwide release of their eighth studio album titled ‘To all dogs’Contains a long list of 23 songs, including special collaborations Poor rabbit. However, in the third episode of his SiriusXM podcast-style show ‘Table for One’, he surprised his fans by revealing that it was possible. Don’t make new music for a long time.
“I won’t be making music for a while” said. “I’m going to be honest with you. “I need to focus on my health first and I’ll talk about that soon.”. As for the reasons, the Grammy winner called for calm and clarified that it was nothing serious, but that she had been dealing with “crazy issues” with her stomach for years.
The ‘God’s Plan’ singer makes it clear that his health comes first and the rest comes later, he wants to make things better and people to be healthy.
Without giving further details about his stomach issues, the record producer also hinted that he would be locking his studio door indefinitely. “I don’t know how long, maybe a year and something, not even a little longer” Comprehensive. In addition, he admitted to his audience that he had other interests to occupy him at the time.
In a clever attempt to describe his new album and moments before announcing the shocking news, the iconic rapper took the opportunity to send a note to all of his former collaborators. “You know the value of every wallet, but you definitely don’t know the value of hard work,” he explains, adding that he believes the songs on ‘For All The Dogs’ successfully represent breaking up with someone else. The public can enjoy them.
A day before the release of her new album, the record producer also premiered one of her songs ‘8 AM in Charlotte’With a video clip where he introduces his son Adonis Graham, He was the artist of the album cover art. The emotional audiovisual material shows the 6-year-old boy explaining to the rapper his painting of a goat (“GOAT”) in his memory.
‘For All The Dogs’ is the Canadian actor’s eighth album and represents Drake’s first full-length project since Her Loss in 2022, his collaboration with British rapper 21 Savage. The brand new album features a long list of 23 tracks, among which ‘Mentally’ stands out, his collaboration with Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny. The album was inspired by the rapper’s book of poetry, ‘Titles Destroy All: A Stream of Consciousness’, which he released in June.
Recently, the ‘One Dance’ singer attended an auction where he bought legendary rapper Tupac Shakur’s coveted ring, which was the most expensive item ever auctioned for hip-hop items, for one million dollars. The total value reached 1.8 million dollars.
Shakur last wore the extravagant piece at the 1996 MTV Video Music Awards, just days before her fatal shooting. It was a ring designed with gold, diamonds and rubies and engraved with the inscription Bach & Dada 1996 to mark her engagement to Kitada Jones.