Drake teases more from CLB season
Drake once again confirms the hold-up for Certified Lover Boy is almost over. The diamond-selling artist has lately been letting his fans know that he’s working, like in the case of a recent Instagram post of the rapper in the studio along with Future and Metro Boomin.
Early this morning, Thursday (June 10), the 35-year-old logged on to Instagram to let the world know that the highly-anticipated album is coming soon. He posted a photo of him with Isla Management CEO, Simon Gebrelul, who manages producers OZ and Boi-1-Da, both of who frequent Drake projects.
“💿 serving em up soon,” Drake captioned the post, beginning with a CD emoji.
Just last month, the “What’s Next” artist previewed an unreleased CLB track titled “Fair Trade,” which is produced by OZ, along with Noel Cadastre.
J. Cole was the first God-tier rapper to release an album this year, with his ground-shaking The Off-Season doing crazy numbers. It will only be justice if CLB arrives, and the 6 God most likely, perfectly knows that.