Drake Hints 'For All The Dogs' Date with Hairpiece

Master of suspense, Drake keeps fans decoding his hints.

by Nouman Rasool
Drake Hints 'For All The Dogs' Date with Hairpiece
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In an intriguing twist for fans eagerly awaiting new music, hip-hop titan Drake might have unveiled a hint concerning the debut of his much-awaited album, "For All the Dogs." The music world has been abuzz, and it appears the celebrated artist chose a rather unconventional method to drop the hint.

On the morning of September 6, Drake, often referred to as "The 6 God", gave his followers a sneak peek into his life post-Glendale, Arizona concert, part of his 'It’s All A Blur' Tour. What caught the attention of eagle-eyed fans wasn't just any regular post-concert image; it was his uniquely adorned braids.

Nestled amidst his braids were eye-catching hair clips spelling out "9 2 2" in vivid yellow and pink numbers. Instantly, speculation began that this could be a cryptic nod to a September 22 release date for "For All the Dogs."

Drake's Cryptic Teasers Unfold

The Grammy Award-winning rapper has never been one to shy away from strategically teasing his audience.

In the weeks leading up to this potential revelation, Drake had left breadcrumbs for his fans. He was notably captured on camera working on a music video alongside rapper Lil Yachty. Not stopping there, the "Hotline Bling" singer, fondly called Drizzy, dropped another breadcrumb on Instagram, suggesting a collaboration with renowned director Cole Bennett.

While it remains uncertain if Bennett's touch will be seen on "For All the Dogs," the director's enigmatic tweet on September 3 featuring an owl and lime emoji followed by the words "coming sooooon" added fuel to the fire.

Compounding the anticipation is fellow music heavyweight Nicki Minaj, who has been candid in her desire to see the project come to life. The Queen of Rap passionately appealed to Drake on Instagram, emphasizing the eagerness of her fan base, known as the Barbz.

In her words: "The Barbz want the muthafuckin’ album!" As Drake gears up for another performance at Glendale’s Desert Diamond Arena on the night of September 6, fans and industry insiders alike will be on the edge of their seats, hopeful for a formal announcement about the album's release, possibly slated for September 22.