By : Joseph Fowler
Capital Records / UMG Recordings
In his 8th album the Canadian global superstar has created another lengthy and skillful project. For All the Dogs. Drizzy has been in the game for over 20 years and at times it shows but his brand alone with always make him maintain relevancy. Through the woo of his tour this past year he had made plenty of announcements. One being a project in which his son Adonis had created the album artwork. Now came time for the album it self and it got mixed reviews.
A lot of individuals don't listen to Drake as much as they used to and we all at this point have our favorite Drake moment, song, album or what have you so he is basically remaining solidified through this times where hip-hop music ratings aren't where they used to be. With an album with smooth r&b and great collabs from J Cole, Sza, Yeat and others but through the dog of the summer it proved that the only dog is Drake himself.
At 37 now Drake has become a millennial hip hop icon and more. His unique blend of rap, R&B, and pop sensibilities has allowed him to carve out a distinctive space within the hip-hop landscape. Drake's albums are characterized by their versatility and ability to resonate with a wide audience, For All the Dogs supports that.