DRAKE POSTPONES THE RELEASE OF ‘CERTIFIED LOVER BOY’ – REVOLT
Drake will not be releasing his highly anticipated sixth studio album this month.
The Nothing Was The Same emcee took to his Instagram story to share the disappointing news about the delay of Certified Lover Boy with his fans. “I was planning to release my album this month, but between surgery and rehab my energy has been dedicated to recovery,” he wrote. “I’m blessed to be back on my feet feeling great and focused on the album, but CLB won’t be dropping in January. I’m looking forward to sharing it with you all in 2021.”
Fans shared mixed reactions to the news. Some fans were upset that they wouldn’t have new music to Drake ‘n drive to, while others weren’t surprised that the album was pushed back. Twitter user @bansky tweeted, “Drake really pushed his album back so he can rehab a knee injury for the 2021-22 NBA season that he’s not going to play in. What kind of life?”
If anyone has a reason to be happy this week, it’s Lil Wayne — the Young Money head honcho was able to receive a full pardon from Donald Trump just before he departed his presidential seat, effectively clearing Weezy of gun charges he received last year. Whether or not this is a celebratory release, fans now get to check out a new single from Wayne titled “Ain’t Got Time,” which features rising star Fousheé and sees the rapper addressing his legal issues over production from R!O and Kamo:
Roc Nation’s DIXSON has brought in the heat thanks to his latest single “KREAM,” which has set the tone for every genre this new year. The song is a fresh flip of the classic by WU TANG and talks about a pursuit of strong women. The song is sultry and seductive and uses many metaphors, allowing listeners to go crazy.
Motown Museum, State Of Michigan Recognize January 20 Marvin Gaye “What’s Going On” Day
Motown Museum has chosen to celebrate a great artist from the area, with the support of the State of Michigan. Governor Gretchen Whitmer officially recognized January 20 to be “What’s Going On” Day, marking the 50th anniversary of the song’s release by Marvin Gaye.