Billboards across America are reviewing those included on Drake’s exceptionally expected seventh LP, “Certified Lover Boy.”
Rap superstar Drake has set up billboards the country over reviewing the artists featured on his highly expected seventh studio album, Certified Lover Boy.
The road signs are springing up in the main residences of the highlighted artists, including New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles and Memphis.
Up until this point, visitor appearances incorporate fellow rhymers Jay-Z, Lil Baby, 21 Savage, Young Thug, Future, Lil Durk, Giveon, Project Pat and Ty Dolla $ign, singer Yebba and more to be named.
A board in Houston reads: “Hey Houston The Hometown Hero is On CLB,” so fans are speculating that the unnamed artist is likely Travis Scott.
Drake is releasing a series of Nike stock things to help CLB, incorporating a few T-shirts with phrases that have showed up on different billboards to help the album. One of them bears a “Should’ve Said You Loved Me Today Because Tomorrow is a New Day” spell-out on the back. The second’s message is “Something Other Than Me Has Got to Give,” and the third tee says “I Don’t Miss…Let Alone Miss You.”
Frequent collaborator and Young Money founder Lil Wayne hasn’t been declared as a featured visitor on Certified Lover Boy, however he recently perceived Drake during a fan Q&A last week in celebration of the tenth anniversary of Tha Carter IV.
“Everything Drake send back, I always have to go back and re-record,” Lil Wayne said, per HipHopDX. “It’s always too hot. It’s always because he says something at the end that make me be like, ‘Oh, I could make more of the song and capitalize on what he just said.’ I have changed my verse a billion times because of Drake, and that’s always the person.”
As recently detailed, Drake affirmed the date Certified Lover Boy would hit the road this week in an Instagram post including a photograph of twelve pregnancy emoticons and a caption reading: “CERTIFIED LOVER BOY, SEPTEMBER 3.”
The release of the Drake project comes not exactly seven days after the release of Kanye West’s most recent album, Donda. The two global superstars have reignited a beef between them that has been preparing since 2018 when West engaged in the public spat between the Toronto native and New York emcee Pusha T.
In a verse on “Betrayal,” the new Trippie Red single, Drake said, “Ye ain’t changin’ sh*t for me, it’s set in stone,” referring to his own LP’s drop date.