Drake’s Long-Awaited Album “For All the Dogs” Finally Released

Img Cr. Getty Images

The Album Features 23 Tracks and Collaborations with Notable Artists

After more than three months of anticipation since introducing the phrase “For All the Dogs,” Drake has unveiled his highly awaited album. Serving as a follow-up to his 2022 releases “Honestly,” “Nevermind,” and “Her Loss,” the album boasts 23 tracks and a star-studded lineup of guest artists, including Bad Bunny, SZA (featured on both “Slime You Out” and “Rich Baby Daddy” alongside Sexyy Red), J. Cole, Lil Yachty, Chief Keef, 21 Savage, Teezo TouchDown, Yeat, and PartyNextDoor.

Several tracks on the album incorporate samples from various artists. For instance, the opening track, “Virginia Beach,” samples Frank Ocean’s “Wiseman,” while “IDGAF” features a sample from Azimuth’s “The Tunnel.” “7969 Santa” includes a sample from Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like,” and “All the Parties” interpolates Pet Shop Boys’ “West End Girls.”

The production credits on the album include contributions from Bnyx, Boi-1da, Cash Cobain, Justin Raisen, Sadpony, and Southside. Drake serves as an executive producer, alongside Noah “40” Shebib, Oliver El-Khatib, and Noel Cadastre. Interestingly, NBA star Kevin Durant is credited with A&R (Artists and Repertoire) for the album.

“For All the Dogs” was initially expected to drop on September 22 but was pushed back to October 6 to allow Drake to balance his recording commitments with his touring responsibilities. Notably, the album’s cover artwork features a drawing created by Drake’s son, Adonis Graham, who also makes a guest appearance on the album’s track “Daylight.”

Leading up to the album release, Drake teased fans with tracks like “Search & Rescue” (which does not appear on the final tracklist) and “Slime You Out,” featuring SZA. “Search & Rescue” notably includes a sample of Kim Kardashian discussing her divorce from Kanye West, adding to the ongoing drama between Drake and his on-again, off-again nemesis.

Drake’s relationship with Kanye West has been marked by a long-standing feud, with exchanges of diss tracks and public statements. However, despite the occasional flare-ups, the two rappers have also reconciled and performed together in Los Angeles, only to have the feud resurface later on.

In conclusion, “For All the Dogs” is a highly-anticipated release from Drake, featuring a blend of top-tier artists and diverse production credits. While the album may bring back memories of past controversies and conflicts, it undeniably showcases Drake’s musical prowess and ability to keep fans eagerly awaiting his next move.

Leave a reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here