Drake is finally giving fans a little taste of For All The Dogs. During his Austin, TX “It’s All A Blur” tour stop with 21 Savage, he said that he is going to drop a song from the upcoming album sometime this week.
“I’m even going to say something tonight in Austin, Texas I haven’t said yet,” Drake said in a fan-captured video. “I know y’all excited to hear the album. I know it’s, like two weeks out. I’ma drop a song for y’all this week. Yeah, yeah. What a time, what a time. I appreciate y’all. Deeply, by the way, I do. It’s a lot of love in Texas.”
After Drake made the announcement, fans began to wonder if the rapper will release a solo song or one with a feature. It’s possible that the upcoming single will be with Yeat as Drake posted a photo of himself dressed as the California rhymer.
Drake shares a new picture looking like YEAT 👀📸 pic.twitter.com/S5LgnuoSc7— Daily Loud (@DailyLoud) September 12, 2023
Drake also gave him a shoutout when he attended a show last month.
“Put the camera on this man right here, shoutout to my brother Yeat in the building too,” Drake said into the mic pointing at the section where Yeat was standing. “That’s my broski right there. Yall make some noise for Big Yeat one time.”
Fans originally thought that For All The Dogs would have dropped last month after multiple reports claimed that it would. However, fans were let down when the album was not, in fact, released. Drake addressed the issue during his tour stop in Seattle. Climate Pledge Arena posted a video of Drake explaining why it did not drop.
“I know everybody’s upset that I didn’t drop an album last night. I didn’t say it was dropping last night. So don’t be mad at me,” he told the audience. “I just said it was coming soon.”
“It’s not going to be that much longer, trust me. I’m finishing it up,” he continued. “You know I got shows, everybody. But I promise you, For All The Dogs is on the way. I promise you, this album will be for you. I promise you it will be worth the wait,” he added.
For All The Dogs is scheduled to arrive on Sept. 22.