An unidentified figure holds up a sign that reads “CLB September 3” in the video, which was discovered by Pitchfork. Without confirming that the album will be released next week, a representative for Drake informed Rolling Stone that the clip may be taken “at face value.”
Certified Lover Boy, Drake’s official Scorpion follow-up, was initially confirmed in August 2020, along with the release of ‘Laugh Now Cry Later’. He teased a January 2021 release a few months later, but the record never materialized.
Drizzy, on the other hand, released his ‘Scary Hours 2 EP’, which has three songs.
Did Drake just announce Certified Lover Boy’s release date of next Friday on SportsCenter? 😳pic.twitter.com/nTq3s4OvpM
— XXL Magazine (@XXL) August 27, 2021