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Drake Tracklist For All the Dogs Album Unveiled

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Drake Tracklist For For All the Dogs  Album Unveiled.

Drake Reveals For All the Dogs Tracklist

On october 5th (Thursday), Drake posted the tracklist for his forthcoming album, For All the Dogs, but did not disclose any of the features. The 23-track album drops on Friday (Oct. 6), and sports interesting song titles such as “Rich Baby Daddy” and “BBL Love Interlude.” Aside from the single “Slime You Out,” which fans know features SZA, Drizzy has previously revealed Nicki Minaj and Bad Bunny will be on the album.

The project, which Drake disclosed on Instagram isn’t being released until 6 a.m. EST on Friday, will also feature the song “8AM in Charlotte,” which the 6 God dropped exclusively on social media earlier on Thursday. The song marks the latest edition in his lauded timestamp series.

The Boy also added that the album is executive-produced by Noel Cadastre, Oliver El-Khatib, Noah Shebib & Aubrey Graham. The A&R is also listed as NBA player Kevin Durant.

“FOR ALL THE DOGS OCTOBER 6 6AM,” Drake wrote on the Instagram below. “(Sorry to all my streamers).”

Drake Uses New Video for “8AM in Charlotte” to Explain Cover Art

Drizzy tapped in with Griselda producer Conductor Williams for his latest single “8AM in Charlotte,” and used the song’s coinciding music video to have Adonis. Drake’s son explain the meaning behind For All the Dogs’ unique cover art.

“So, the goat was running away from the other monsters and the other animals,” Adonis explains in the video, admitting the animal on the cover isn’t a dog in any capacity. “A flower blocking the way. So, the flower is on fire. The racing car was maybe helping the goat. And there was  some jail stairs.  There was one person who was, like, on top. And he got killed by the stick, by the track.”

Drake then has some follow-up questions for his son.

“Daddy’s name is next to the goat. Does that mean daddy is the goat?” Drake asks.

“So, it’s daddy goat,” Adonis confirms.