Drake has shared the cover art for his upcoming album, For All the Dogs. The rapper revealed that the image, a white dog with red eyes atop a plain black background, was drawn by his five-year-old son Adonis. Check it out below.
For All the Dogs still doesn’t have a release date, though Drake has teased its arrival on several occasions during his ongoing It’s All a Blur Tour with 21 Savage. On July 25, he told an audience that it would be “dropping for you in, like, two weeks or some shit.” Come August 13, he told his Inglewood crowd, “I figured out which day I’m dropping my album” without specifying when.
On select tour dates in various cities, Drake started leaving his hotels wearing different dog masks, including one resembling a doberman and another as a bulldog, to promote For All the Dogs. He also revealed that the album includes verses from Bad Bunny and Nicki Minaj. Apart from that, it’s been a long wait for new details about the LP to emerge ever since he slyly announced it via a QR code promoting Titles Ruin Everything: A Stream of Consciousness, his debut book of poetry co-written with Kenza Samir.
Drake’s most recent records are his 21 Savage collaboration Her Loss and the solo effort Honestly, Nevermind, both of which were released in 2022. Earlier this summer, he jumped on J Hus’s track “Who Told You,” Young Thug’s “Oh U Went,” and Central Cee’s “On the Radar Freestyle” for the New York-based platform of the same name.
Revisit the Pitchfork Review podcast episode “The Year in Rap: Drake, Ice Spice, Glorilla, and the Best Regional Scenes.”