Recently Canadian rapper Drake announced that he is releasing his highly anticipated sixth album, Certified Lover Boy, in January 2021. The album will be the follow up to 2018’s chart topping “Scorpion.”
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The album was supposed to be released this summer, but the songwriter dropped the first single “Laugh Now Cry Later” featuring Lil Durk, instead of in August.
A teaser video released by Drake on his 34th birthday hinted that the record producer will recreate some of his first studio albums, including So Far Gone, Take Care and Nothing Was The Same.
Drake’s go-to producer, Noah ’40’ Shebib, commented about his album release, “He’s going to pull the trigger when he wants to pull it. But he’s got it. He always got it. He’s always ready. If Drake wants to drop the album tomorrow, it’s coming out tomorrow. Drake can make the industry move.”
Along with the trailers and announcements, fans are looking forward to starting the new year with his upcoming album drop.