Drake To Take Break from Music After ‘For All The Dogs’ Album Release

Drake drops his eighth studio album- for all the dogs

After keeping fans waiting for over three months, Drake finally released his new and eighth studio album, “For All The Dogs,” on October 6 by 6 a.m. This is the rapper’s first solo album since “Honestly Nevermind” in 2022. One of Drake’s recently released tracks titled “Slime You Out” with SZA is his 12th No. 1 on the Hot 100, drawing him closer to the late Michael Jackson, who has 13.

The news of the rapper’s new album and his Hot 100 feats are reasonable; however, Drake disclosed that he may need to lay low from music for a while. XXL reports that he announced a few hours before the album’s release in an episode of Table for XM on Sirius XM’s Sound 42.

Drake Plans Music Hiatus To Focus On Health and Other Things After Releasing New Album

According to the Canadian rapper, he probably won’t be making music for a bit due to his health. Drizzy further stated that it’s nothing serious, but he appreciates good health, and that’s what this is about staying healthy!

The four-time Grammy award winner opened up about his stomach problem, which he has been battling for years. According to him, this is one of the reasons he needs to focus on his health and get it right this time. He also stated that he has a lot of other things to work on, so he will be locking up the studio for a while. The scary thing is that the rapper does not know how long his hiatus will last.

At least Drake gave fans a new album, “For All The Dogs,” to feed on in his absence. Hopefully, he’ll be back in good health and spirits before the people want more music.

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