Drake has finally confirmed a release date for his new album, For All the Dogs. It will arrive on Friday, September 22nd.
The rapper revealed the release date in an Instagram post. While the caption provided details on his own album, the post itself was a video of Drake’s father, the singer Dennis Graham, performing on his own. Perhaps that means Dennis appears on For All the Dogs?
Drake first revealed the title for For All the Dogs in June, when he was promoting his poetry book Titles Ruin Everything. Ads for the record included a QR code to a website of the same name, which included the album’s title and the following message: “I made an album to go with the book. They say they miss the old Drake, girl don’t tempt me.”
Last month, meanwhile, Drake shared the album’s artwork, created by his son, Adonis. He hasn’t revealed its tracklist yet, but we wouldn’t be surprised if it included “Search & Rescue,” the track he shared in April that samples Kim Kardashian — the ex of the rapper’s frenemy, Kanye West.
Check out the artwork for For All the Dogs below, as well as Drake’s post announcing the album.
For All the Dogs Artwork: