After a cryptic video last week on ESPN’s “SportsCenter, Drake confirmed that his long-awaited new album, ”Certified Lover Boy“, is just over the horizon.
The Canadian rap star posted an image of 12 expectant mom emojis on Instagram along with the all-caps message “Certified Lover Boy September 3.”
Last week, Drake seemed to hint that CLB was imminent on ESPN’s flagship programme “SportsCente”, sneaking in an image of a fan holding up a sign reading “CLB September 3” in between baseball highlights.
Drake is the highest-certified digital singles artiste ever in the United States, having moved 142 million units based on combined sales and on-demand streams. The pop star has won four Grammy awards along with several others accolades.
On August 18, Drake revealed he contracted Covid-19 amid the pandemic, which led to temporary hair loss, a noted side-effect of the virus.
Drake was also one of the first celebrities to publicly test for the virus in March 2020, having been in contact with Kevin Durant, who had tested positive.
The 34-year-old rapper has revealed he contracted the illness, and while he didn’t confirm when he battled the virus, he did reveal he suffered from hair loss as a long-term side effect.
Drake recently had a heart shape shaved into the top left of his head, and when one fan took to Instagram to mock the new look, the “God’s Plan” hitmaker admitted it was a drastic measure to cover up his hair loss.
The fan posted: “That heart is stressed.”
And Drake responded: “I had Covid that s*** grew in weird I had to start again. It’s coming back don’t diss (sic)”
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