For All the Dogs is the eighth studio album by Canadian rapper and singer Drake. It is set to be released through OVO Sound and Republic Records on October 6, 2023. The album features guest appearances from Nicki Minaj, Bad Bunny, Yeat, SZA, and Lil Yachty.
Drake‘s new album For All The Dogs was rumored to come out last month and then it didn’t. It’s now slated for release September 22, and the anticipation is only building.
Fans want to know who’s on the album. Wednesday (September 13), the rapper teased a new single with SZA with an Instagram post. Lil Yachty spoke about working on the record. Thursday (September 14), Drake began teasing the track “IDGAF,” with features Yeat. Nicki Minaj has confirmed that she’ll be on the album, as well as Bad Bunny.
About the album, Lil Yachty explained, “It sounds current, you know? It sounds very current,” he said. “It’s interesting, it’s coming together a lot better than I thought when I — I just had a talk with him a couple days ago in Vancouver and I was like, ‘Man…’ I was a little worried, ’cause I have a lot of the songs, I don’t have all of ’em, I have a lot of ’em though. And I was just like, ‘Man, I just don’t know if it’s — how are you gon’ put this together? Because it’s a lot of great songs but they don’t really — in my brain, I was like, they didn’t really sound together. And then we had a talk about it and he explained to me his thought process about it. And we drove somewhere, we drove to that video shoot which was like an hour away, and we listened to it, and it makes sense now.”
It’s officially Drake season again. After dropping “Slime You Out” featuring SZA, and the music video for “8AM In Charlotte” starring his son Adonis, Drake now reveals the release date for his heavily anticipated album, For All the Dogs.
There’s a total of 23 songs on the album beginning with “Virginia Beach” and ending with “Polar Opposites.” The artist behind the album artwork is none other than Adonis. As explained in the “8AM In Charlotte” music video, the illustration is of a goat referring to Drake.