Drake Delays 'Certified Lover Boy' Release For Second Time

Carla Harmon
January 21, 2021

He became the first artist to reach 50 billion streams on Spotify.

Drake - who has since released 2018's "Scorpion" - wrote back: "They hated on "Views" just like they will CLB ['Certified Lover Boy'] but it's music to evolve to".

Drake has made a decision to delay the release of his highly-anticipated album.


Initially, the album was supposed to be released in January, but according to the well-informed, it will not be so.

Not only that, but Drake also landed the title of Most Billboard Hot 100 Entries of All Time through his singles "Say When" and "Chicago Freestyle", as well as the artist with the most top 10 entries.

And Drake is only going to improve on his impressive track record when he releases his new album, Certified Lover Boy, later this month.


The "Laugh Now, Cry Later" rapper, 34, announced on Wednesday that he is delaying the release of his sixth studio album for a second time. He even paid to have CLB hearts displayed across the CN Tower in his hometown of Toronto. Drizzy, I got you, man.

Drake started 2021 with a new mind-boggling record.

On Drake's birthday in October, his label OVO Sound released a video saying that Certified Lover Boy's released was being pushed until January 2021.


Drake posted this message on his Instagram account.

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