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Drake Releases New Album “For All The Dogs”


Drake finally dropped the new album more than three months after coining the phrase “For All the Dogs.” the release schedule for 2022 Sincerity has 23 tracks on Nevermind and Her Loss with guests like:

Bad BunnySZA (on both “Slime You Out” and the Sexyy Red–featuring “Rich Baby Daddy”), J. Cole, Lil Yachty, Chief Keef, 21 Savage, Teezo TouchDown, Yeat, and PartyNextDoor. Opener “Virginia Beach” samples Frank Ocean’s “Wiseman”; “IDGAF” samples Azimuth’s “The Tunnel”; “7969 Santa” samples Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like”; and “All the Parties” interpolates Pet Shop Boys’ “West End Girls.”

(On X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, Pet Shop Boys wrote, “Surprising to hear @Drake singing the chorus of ‘West End girls’ in the track ‘All the Parties’ on his new album. No credit given or permission requested.)

To hear the entire credits, scroll down after you listen.

Bnyx, Boi-1da, Cash Cobain, Justin Raisen, Sadpony, and Southside are some of the producers on the song. Along with Noah “40” Shebib, Oliver El-Khatib, and Noel Cadastre, Drake serves as an executive producer. A&R for the album is noted as being handled by Kevin Durant.

Drake pushed down the release date of For All the Dogs from its original September 22 target date to October 6 in order to balance his production and touring schedules. For a long following its announcement, the album’s intended release date remained unknown. The artwork that appears on the album cover was created by the rapper’s son, Adonis Graham. The drawing and the kid were both included in the music video for the single from the previous album, “8am in Charlotte.”

Adonis Graham also raps on the album’s song “Daylight.”

With “Search & Rescue” (which isn’t on the tracklist) and “Slime You Out,” which features SZA, Drake set the stage for For All the Dogs. The earlier song has a big sample of Kim Kardashian talking about her divorce from Kanye West, Drake’s on-again, off-again rival. Fans thought that Drake had mocked or disparaged West in “8am in Charlotte.”

The long-running conflict between Drake and West erupted again in 2021 when Drake attacked West in “Betrayal.” Then, before its official release, he previewed West’s “Life of the Party,” a song featuring some anti-Drake lyrics. Rappers Drake and Kanye West soon put their feud behind them and joined forces to perform in Los Angeles the following year.

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