Drake has never failed to deliver hit songs that the public has loved and adored over the course of his 15-year career. During a recent special concert, he took fans down memory lane and even teased a possible album release in the coming months.
According to the San Francisco Gate, the “Take Care” hitmaker performed at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York, for an intimate concert over the weekend. Fans became even more excited during his performance when the Canadian native hinted at the release of his next album, despite the fact that he had just released two projects the year before.
“I thought about a bunch of things in life, but at this moment in time, none of those things are stopping making music for you.”
Then he added that if he gets bored this year, he hopes to “strike up” more emotions and possibly “make another” album.
Drake’s recent performance was part of SiriusXM’s two-day weekend concert series. During the show, the rapper is said to have performed some of his classic hits as well as rare tracks from his early career.
The performance appears to have elicited a wide range of emotions, as the Toronto-raised hip-hop artist expressed his gratitude to his friends, fans, and family who have long supported him.
The show was full of nostalgia because the stage was designed to look like his bedroom in his mother’s basement in Toronto.
He sang songs like “Practice,” “Wu-Tang Forever,” “Feel No Ways,” “Marvin’s Room,” and many others.
Some of the biggest names in music, including Justin and Hailey Bieber, Odell Beckham Jr., A$AP Ferg, Kevin Durant, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, and many more, were in attendance.
Fans who missed out on seeing the rapper perform live will reportedly be able to watch the show on the SiriusXM Sound 42 channel soon.
Drake has yet to make an official announcement about a new album, release date, tracklist, collaborators, or other details about his next project as of this writing.
After releasing numerous projects, Drake re-established himself as one of the year’s most successful artists in 2022. He began the year by working with other artists such as Jack Harlow, Future, Gunna, and others.
Despite the fact that he had only recently released “Certified Lover Boy” in 2021, he went on to release two back-to-back albums, “Honestly, Nevermind” and his collaborative album with 21 Savage, “Her Loss.”