When is Drake's album Certified Lover Boy dropping?

THREE years after releasing his fifth studio album, Scorpion, Toronto's own Drake is back on the rap scene.

Drake announced the arrival of his sixth album, Certified Lover Boy, on Instagram and even revealed a release date.

When is Drake's album Certified Lover Boy dropping?

In an August 30 Instagram post, Drake announced Certified Lover Boy would be out Friday, September 3.

In August 2020, the "Hotline Bling" rapper announced Certified Lover Boy was due for a January 2021 release before delaying the project with no official date.

Despite not releasing an album since 2018, Drake has delivered some material in between, including 2020's Dark Lane Demo Tapes.

The project included his attempt at the dance challenge "Toosie Slide."

In March 2021, Drake also released the three-song Scary Hours 2 EP and joined Smiley and Brent Faiyaz on songs this year.

In May, he and Lil Wayne joined Nicki Minaj on “Seeing Green,” a new bonus track that accompanied the belated streaming debut of her 2009 mixtape Beam Me Up Scotty.

Before that, Drake had teamed up on new tracks with Lil Yachty, DJ Khaled, Future, Lil Wayne and Popcaan.

Outside of the studio, he launched his own cannabis brand and was honored at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards as the Artist of the Decade.

What is the tracklist for Certified Lover Boy?

Drake bombshell announcement comes on the heels of Kanye West finally delivering Donda.

Although the Toronto rapper announced Certified Lover Boy's release date, a tracklist was not unveiled.

Artists like Future, Young Thung, Lil Durk and Benny The Butcher are rumored to be featured in the album.

One thing is for sure, his August 2020 song "Laugh Now Cry Later," featuring Lil Durk, is the lead single to the album.

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