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Drake let his five-year-old son design the album cover for his next record
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Drake let his five-year-old son design the album cover for his next record

Adonis gets bragging rights for drawing the artwork for the album called For All The Dogs.

Drake let his five-year-old son design the cover for his heavily-teased new album For All The Dogs.

The 'In My Feelings' singer shared the album cover on Instagram on Monday evening and announced the image, a white dog with red eyes atop a plain black background, had been designed by Adonis.

"Young Warhol in the making…" one fan commented on the announcement post.

"That boy talented," said someone else.


A release date for the album hasn't been announced as yet, but Drake said back in July it would hit streaming services 'soon'.

The 36-year-old is currently on his It’s All a Blur Tour with 21 Savage, where he has teased the upcoming album's release a few times.

On July 25, he told an audience that it would be 'dropping for you in, like, two weeks or some s**t'.

And then on August 13, he told his Inglewood crowd 'I figured out which day I’m dropping my album', but didn't specify when.

On select tour dates in various cities, Drake was also seen leaving his hotel wearing different dog masks, including a Doberman and a Bulldog.

Before Drake’s poetry book was released in June, he suggested the literary work and his forthcoming album were linked, writing: “I made an album to go with the book. They say they miss the old Drake girl; don’t tempt me".

Not much is known about the album, except that it includes verses from Bad Bunny and Nicki Minaj.

For All the Dogs will follow June 2022’s Honestly, Nevermind and last November’s Her Loss with 21 Savage.

The 36-year-old shares Adonis with French artist Sophie Brussaux.

While initially he denied the boy was his, he revealed in 2018 that: "We have found ourselves in a situation and we are both equally responsible.

"Now, I'm just really excited to be a great father."

But they made the decision to not share any photos of him until 2020, two and a half years after he was born.

Drake explained in an interview with Lil Yatchy that he wanted to have time with Adonis away from the public.

"I want to be able to go places with my son and share memories with my son," he said.

"I don't want to feel like just because of a life choice I made to be a 'celebrity' that I got to make everybody live under this blanket...I just wanted to free myself of that."

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