Drake Reveals "For All The Dogs" Album Art Drawn By His Son Adonis

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Drake Reveals "For All The Dogs"  Album Art Drawn By His Son Adonis

Adonis Artistry Unveiled: Drake Shares Album Cover for 'For All the Dogs'

It looks like Drake is gearing up for the release of his upcoming album titled "For All the Dogs." The album cover art features a drawing by his five-year-old son Adonis, showcasing a white dog with red eyes on a plain black background.

Although the album's exact release date hasn't been confirmed, Drake has been teasing its arrival during his ongoing "It’s All a Blur Tour" with 21 Savage. He mentioned to his audience on July 25th that the album would be dropping in around two weeks. Then, on August 13th, he indicated to his Inglewood crowd that he had figured out the release day without specifying when.

As part of his album promotion, Drake has been spotted wearing various dog masks, including ones resembling a doberman and a bulldog, in different cities where he performed. He has also shared that the album will feature verses from artists like Bad Bunny and Nicki Minaj.

While not much else is known about the album's details, Drake did initially announce it in a subtle way through a QR code promoting his debut book of poetry co-written with Kenza Samir, titled "Titles Ruin Everything: A Stream of Consciousness."

Prior to this album, Drake's recent musical releases include collaborations with 21 Savage on "Her Loss" and his solo track "Honestly, Nevermind," both of which were released in 2022. Additionally, he has been featured on tracks like J Hus’s "Who Told You," Young Thug’s "Oh U Went," and Central Cee’s "On the Radar Freestyle" earlier in the summer for the New York-based platform of the same name.

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