Drake has finally posted a track list of For All The Dogs, his forthcoming album. But he did not reveal any features. The album showcases 23 tracks and drops this Friday. There are some interesting titles, including BBL Love Interlude and Rich Baby Daddy. Drake’s new album also features SZA in Slime You Out, a single. He had earlier revealed that Bad Bunny and Nicki Minaj would feature in the album.
Drake revealed the project on Instagram and dropped that it would not be released until 6 in the morning, EST. The album also features 8 AM In Charlotte, dropped by the 6-God exclusively on Instagram this Thursday. This single marks the newest edition in Drake’s much-lauded time stamp series. Drake added that Nel Cadastre, Noah Shebib, Oliver El-Khatib, and Audrey Graham are the executive producers of the album. NBA star Kevin Durant is also among the A&R.
Drake’s Son Part Of Art With Video For 8 Am In Charlotte
Drizzly collaborated with Conductor Williams, producer of Griselda, for 8 a.m. in Charlotte, his upcoming single. He used the coinciding music of the song’s video to use Adonis, Drake’s son, to interpret the unique cover art of For All The Dogs.
The artist’s son elaborates that the goat was fleeing from the other animals and monsters. He explains that the animal on the cover is not a dog. There is a flower blocking the way, he goes on. And it happens to be on fire. He says that the racing card on the cover was perhaps trying to help the goat. And he mentioned some stairs, resembling the ones in jails with a person on top. The stick kills him in the end. The rapper had some questions for Adonis. He asks if the word ‘goat’ next to his name indicates that he was the goat. His son confirms that it is daddy-goat.