Drake Locks In Certified Lover Boy Album Release Date

OVO Sound boss Drake is making fans wait no longer. The hip-hop superstar has come through to announce the official release date for his long-awaited and must-hear Certified Lover Boy album.

Drake Announces Certified Lover Boy Release Date

Drizzy went the cinematic route to get fans hyped for his solo effort. In celebration of his 34th birthday, the 6 God released a trailer featuring himself revisiting his past album covers before ultimately announcing a January 2021 release date.

“CERTIFIED LOVER BOY” -Drake’s Instagram

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Anticipation Mounts For Drake’s New Project

A fan recently shot a video of a truck with Certified Lover Boy on the side headed in the direction of Toronto. The quick clip made people believe it could only mean merchandise for Drake’s new project is headed to stores ultimately sparking release date speculation.

Drake Remixes Yung Bleu’s ‘You’re Mines Still’

The hip-hop superstar recently shared his vocals to Alabama rap rookie Yung Bleu on their new “You’re Mines Still” remix. The 6 God and Yung’s unexpected audio gem premiered online just in time for everyone’s weekend goals.

Alabama artist Yung Bleu has released a new remix on Drake’s OVO Sound label. The new version of “You’re Mines Still” features Drake himself. Hear it below. Yung Bleu released his latest album Bleu Vandross earlier this year. The 17-track LP includes contributions from Boosie Badazz, NOBY, Brandon Abner, and more. His previous record was 2019’s Investments 6, which features Dej Loaf, Blac Youngsta, and PnB Rock. (Pitchfork)

Drake remixes Yung Bleu’s “You’re Mines Still” anthem.

Prior to the big album release rollout, speculation grew about Drake’s sixth studio album — his first since 2018’s Scorpion — possibly becoming available as soon as October 2020. It appeared Drizzy was still putting some finishing touches on the project, though, when he posted an Instagram Story of himself working with his OVO Sound co-founder 40.