Drake Shares Alternate ‘Certified Lover Boy’ Album Art

Toronto rapper Drake is making fans think “what if”. The hip-hop star has gone online to share a handful of alternate covers to recent release Certified Lover Boy.


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Drake Shares Alternate Certified Lover Boy Album Art

So far, Drizzy has posted six designs for CLB that were shelved. He went to his Instagram to share the variety of album art – one of which features Drake in a football jersey and another with Johanna Leia hugging him – and give credit to the designers in his captions.

“Certified by Theo Skudra”

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“Certified by Luis Mora”

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Jayson Tatum Crowns Drake’s ‘CLB’ As Classic

Although a lot of people hated on CLB due to the cover art itself, NBA superstar Jayson Tatum knows greatness when he hears it. The Boston Celtics leader has stepped forward to put more than just respect on rap heavyweight Drake‘s newly released Certified Lover Boy album.

JT hit up his Twitter page this past weekend to give major salutations to the 6 God’s latest studio effort. Despite Drake’s previous works including chart-topping albums like Views and Take Care, Tatum believes Drizzy has released his best project – ever.

“My own opinion… this my favorite drake project ever.”

Drake + Kanye West Have Olympic Competition On The Charts

Drake may have massive numbers, but he and fellow hip-hop star Kanye West can move over. They’ve been pushed out of the top spot on Amazon Music’s charts by an unlikely competitor.

Olympic champion Usain Bolt sits currently at the #1 spot on Amazon Music, with his recent album release Country Yutes, which is also his debut project. Drizzy’s Certified Lover Boy as well as Kanye and Donda fall below Bolt.

Drake Reflects On His Rap Game Run

The OVO Sound boss knows he’s left a serious imprint on the rap game, but he still might need to drop a deluxe version of CLB to beat Bolt. The hip-hop heavyweight has shared a reflection on how much he’s grown since taking over the music industry over a decade ago.

The 6 God went to Instagram with a snapshot of himself dating back to when he dropped his 2010 debut Thank Me Later through this month’s Certified Lover Boy.

The painting also shows the order of projects he’s dropped along with the different phases and looks he’s showcased in the fashion world since 2010.

“What’s Next? ????”

The post ignited a co-sign from rap star Rich The Kid who crowned Drake a certified greatest of all time contender.