Drake’s ‘Certified Lover Boy’ Release Date Takes Over ESPN – SOHH.com

OVO Sound boss Drake’s Certified Lover Boy is really coming – at least if you believe the hype going on around sports network ESPN and what 6 God fans are praying for. Drizzy appeared to use a Friday morning “SportsCenter” broadcast to lock in his drop date.


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While details are still coming together, it appears Drake’s low-key connect at ESPN helped him reveal CLB is dropping September 3. It all went down to look like a broadcast hack with a piece of cardboard showing the album’s initials and rumored release date.

Social media has already jumped at the opportunity to dissect this possible staged hacking. Some people believe there’s even a connection between the announcement and Drake’s recent clashing with rap rival Kanye West.

A few days ago, Drake proved he wasn’t worried about nothin’ – especially Kanye West possibly trying to send goons his way. The hip-hop star appeared to react to buzz and craziness surrounding Ye allegedly dropping his real-life home address amidst their current feud.

The 6 God went to his Instagram page to share footage of himself cruising around his hometown Toronto, Canada. While he didn’t name-drop Ye, Drizzy’s smirk and laugh appears directly aimed at his G.O.O.D Music rival.

Last weekend, Kanye appeared ready to go to war with Drake. The hip-hop superstar responded to direct shots fired his way from the 6 God’s new “Betrayal” song with Trippie Redd.

Yeezy made a rare Instagram appearance with a post seemingly involving both Drake and his G.O.O.D Music general Pusha T. While Kanye didn’t name-drop Drizzy, he did seem to go at him with both a reference to 2019’s Joker villain movie and some very dicey words.

“I live for this. I’ve been f*cked with by nerd a** jock n*ggas like you my whole life. You will never recover. I promise you.”

The drama seemed to stem from Drake’s direct bars aimed at Kanye on “Betrayal” where he raps, “All these fools I’m beefin’ that I barely know – Forty-five, 44 (Burned out), let it go,” proceeded by the lines “Ye ain’t changin’ sh*t for me, it’s set in stone.”

It’s worth noting both Kanye and Pusha are both 44 and appear to be the exact age reference Drake makes on Trippie’s song.

It didn’t take long before social media ignited with reactions over Kanye’s Instagram fingers putting in weekend work. Twitter users specifically wondered if the world is gearing up for a major Ye/Drizzy clashing.

Yeezy might want to focus on bigger things than Drake. Specifically? Diehard fans are eagerly awaiting the release of his highly-anticipated Donda studio album.

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