Drake Releases Certified Lover Boy, His Long-Awaited Album
Certified Lover Boy, Drake’s long-awaited sixth studio album, has finally here.
Jay-Z, 21 Savage, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Future, Travis Scott, and others collaborate on the 21-track album. Nicki Minaj makes a spoken word cameo on “Papi’s Home,” while “Champagne Poetry” samples the Beatles’ “Michelle,” with John Lennon and Paul McCartney credited as co-writers.
The album also sees Drake working with numerous producers, including Noah “40” Shebib, Oliver El-Khatib, Metro Boomin, PARTYNEXTDOOR, TM88, OG Ron C, Vinylz and Nineteen85.
Certified Lover Boy marks Drake’s first proper studio effort since 2018’s Scorpion, though he’s tided fans over with releases like his 2019 compilation, Care Package, 2020 mixtape Dark Lane Demo Tapes, and the three-track Scary Hours 2 EP, which arrived in March.
Last October, Drake said that Certified Lover Boy will be released in January 2021, but the album was ultimately postponed. From then until the end of August, when a mysterious trailer with what appeared to be a release date was slotted into the beginning of ESPN’s SportsCenter, it was unknown whether Drake would be ready to release the project. Drake announced the album’s September 3rd release date on Instagram a few days later.
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