Drake’s Toronto Raptors Won’t Start NBA Season In Canada

The 6 God’s favorite team won’t be playing in the 6 for the foreseeable future. Drake‘s hometown squad, the Toronto Raptors, will have to relocate when the NBA opens its 2020-21 season next month due to COVID-19 concerns by Canada’s federal government.

Drake Can Root For The Raptors In Florida

The Raptors’ new temporary home will be the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla., which they’ll share with the NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning. Travel restrictions related to COVID would make it logistically impossible for the Raptors to bounce back and forth between Canada and the U.S. for a whole NBA season.


Drake’s Working On New Music In Bed

Toronto’s hip-hop hero is busy working on his own upcoming projects, and isn’t letting a recent knee injury slow him down. He has continued to work away at his craft from bed rest.

“Hold my head high with two dry eyes”

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Drake’s working on music from bed.
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Drake Announces Certified Lover Boy Release Date

Drizzy recently 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 for his Certified Lover Boy.

“CERTIFIED LOVER BOY” -Drake’s Instagram

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.