Drake Says ‘Certified Lover Boy’ Will Drop By End of Summer

Written by on June 13, 2021

Licensed Lover Boy is across the nook.

After a lot anticipation, Drake’s long-awaited album is inching nearer to launch. In a livestreamed interview throughout battle rap occasion NOME XI on Saturday, the Toronto rapper shared that CLB will arrive by the tip of summer time.

“It’s on the finish of the summer time,” mentioned the interviewer, referring to the Summer season Insanity 11 battle between Murda Mook and Reed Dollaz. Drake replied, “Yeah, I’ll be there. My album might be out by then.”

It’s unclear precisely when he plans to drop, however summer time formally begins June 20 and ends Sept. 22.

Again in March, the Canadian famous person supplied an replace on his sixth studio album, which was delayed from January attributable to his knee damage.

“I’m simply grateful to be again on my ft. I went by way of somewhat little bit of a tricky stretch with an damage and I’m again in tip-top type,” he mentioned on OVO Sound Radio. “CLB is presently being cheffed in each method potential…I’m again within the studio with 40 powerful. I’m simply actually excited concerning the music that we’re making and I really feel like I’ve locked right into a zone the place I’m actually attempting to execute on a venture that’s fulfilling for my soul.”

He additionally dropped a trio of tracks–“What’s Subsequent,” “Desires and Wants” with Lil Child, and “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” that includes Rick Ross, which debuted at Nos. 1, 2, and three on the Billboard Scorching 100.

Throughout Saturday’s NOME XI livestream on Caffeine.television, Drake handed out a $100,000 prize to the winner of the third season of the Final Insanity match.

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