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Drake Finally Lets The ‘Dogs’ Out: Stream His New Album Now

'For All The Dogs' is the rapper's eighth studio album and first solo release since 2022's "Honestly, Nevermind."

Drake Finally Lets The ‘Dogs’ Out: Stream His New Album Now

When the clock struck 6am on Friday, Oct. 6, Drake’s eighth studio album, For All The Dogs, hit streaming services after weeks of delays.

Marking his first solo album since 2022’s Honestly Nevermind, For All The Dogs spawned his Hot 100 No. 1 single “Slime You Out” featuring SZA. The song marked Drake’s 12th No. 1 single on the Hot 100, tying him for fifth all-time. His latest feat moved him closer to surpassing Michael Jackson for the most among solo males, as the King of Pop sits at 13.


Aside from “Slime You Out,” Drake revved up anticipation on Thursday (Oct. 5) when he released his sixth entry in his “AM 2 PM” series with “8 AM in Charlotte.” The six-minute clip dropped during the wee hours of the morning and starred his son Adonis. “Charlotte” caused waves on social media, sparking questions about who Drake was addressing in some of his lyrics. The internet has tossed numerous names in the ring, including Metro Boomin, YoungBoy NBA, Charlamagne Tha God, and Kanye West.

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Fans leaned on the latter, especially after hearing Drake’s third verse. “You n-ggas obsessed with me and it’s not on no hetero vibe/ Handle beef so quiet you think that I’m letting it slide/ Next thing you know we tip-toeing past enemy lines/ Diss me so long ago we making your memories fly/ Conspiracy theories start floating around like the Kennedy guy/I’ll probably hold a grudge against you guys ’til I’m 75,” he raps.

Drake has previously thrown darts at West on songs such as Travis Scott’s “Sicko Mode” and French Montana’s “No Stylist.”

Stream For All The Dogs below.

For All The Dogs

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Today (July 18), the Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) announced the official nominees for the 2024 CCMA Awards. Topping the list of contenders with six nods apiece are Jade Eagleson and MacKenzie Porter, the latter of whom will co-host the awards show alongside American country star Thomas Rhett.

Hot on their heels with five nominations apiece are The Reklaws and Josh Ross, while High Valley, Owen Riegling and Dallas Smith are each cited in four categories. Other notable Canadian artists making the list include Dean Brody, Steven Lee Olsen, James Barker Band, Brett Kissel, Tenille Townes and Lindsay Ell.

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