Drake has a new project! The hip-hop star is no stranger to serving up poetic beats in his songs; however, fans won’t need their audio devices as they can now play the artist’s nursery rhymes.
The award-winning rapper needs no introduction as one of the world’s most famous musicians. The Canadian heartthrob is widely credited with incorporating R&B vibes into hip-hop, a style that has made him stand out from his peers.
Outside of music, the father of one has pursued other business ventures, including co-founding production company DreamCrew. The “God’s Plan” artist is showing off his songwriting skills for his latest gig by releasing his first book of poetry.
Drake blesses fans with his debut poetry book ‘Titles Ruin Everything’ and accompanying album
The former ‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’ child star ended the week on a high by unveiling his new book of poetry. Take to Instagram on Friday, June 23, the media personality shared two slides capturing the hardback copy of her written composition.
The bright blue poetry paperback featured a full cover with the title in bold, all-caps white letters. The message read: “TITLES RUIN EVERYTHING. A FLOW OF CONSCIOUSNESS BY KENZA SAMIR AND AUBREY GRAHAM.
For those unaware, the “Hotline Bling” rapper’s birth name was Aubrey Drake Graham. On the other hand, the artist’s co-writer, Kenza Samir, has been an important contributor to his music. She received several songwriting credits for tracks like “HYFR (Hell Ya Fucking Right)”.
However, the “Toosie Slide” rapper noted in his caption that the poetry book would only be sold through exclusive sellers. Delighted with his new project, the 36-year-old wrote: “I don’t know if I ever wanted people to buy or support something more in my life.”
“Our first book is available tmrw on @drakerelated and other select retailers,” Drake concluded in his post. Her post got over 400,000 likes and many comments from fans. Many expressed their enthusiasm for the collection of poems, while others praised the King of Rhythm.
Several author puns reigned supreme in the comments section, with the father of one joining in the fun. “William Shakespeare,” someone chimed in with another handwriting: “He pushed Edgar Allan P.” The latter caught the Canadian’s attention as he replied: “Ladies, you can call me Aubert Munch or Tay-K Rowling, whether it’s at work.
In addition to releasing “Titles Ruin Everything,” the AMA winner announced he would be releasing a new album. As shared by COMPLEX, the OVO Sound label founder teased the upcoming project by sharing promotions in several newspapers.
The ads were featured in tabloids like The New York Times, NY Post, Toronto Star, and Los Angeles Times. A QR code in those logs led fans to a website revealing the “One Dance” hitmaker’s plans for a new album.
The text on the titlesruineverything.com platform read: “I made an album to go along with the book… They say they miss old girl Drake. Please don’t tempt me. For all dogs. So far, no release date for the upcoming project has been announced.
The Toronto Raptors’ global ambassador commemorated his girlfriend’s birthday with a moving tribute
Weeks before releasing his first book of poetry, the ‘Nice for What’ rapper made headlines for fueling relationship speculation with singer Lilah Pi. Taking to his Instagram story, the father-of-one celebrated the model’s completed journey around the sun.
In honor of her birthday, the Juno winner shared a stunning photo of the media personality. The snap captured the celebrant showing off her bountiful bosom in a colorful halter top with an underboob design.
The sheer fabric offered low coverage of the caramel-toned beauty’s assets, giving fans a great view of her body. Drake seemed to enjoy this gorgeous image, using the drool-worthy image to house his sweet tribute to Lilah.
Seemingly hinting that the duo were more than friends, the ‘Money In The Grave’ musician wrote, “More life for the gyal that’s impossible to replicate. My inspiration, my confidant, my best mate and my heart @lilahpi.
Likewise, the birthday girl echoed her love for Hal David Starlight Award winner. She reposted the post to her Instagram story alongside a pink heart emoji and the word: “4l”.