Drakedrops a new album and announces extended hiatus for health prioritization following the release of his latest album, Drake recently revealed his intention to take an extended break from the spotlight to prioritize his well-being. During a guest appearance on SiriusXM's Sound 42's "Table for One,".
"I probably won't be creating music for a while," Drake shared.
He emphasized the need to focus on his health, noting that while the issues weren't overly severe, he believed in the importance of maintaining good health. Drake elaborated that his health concerns were related to his stomach.
"I need to prioritize my health and get back on track. So, I'll be locking myself in the studio for a while. I can't specify how long, maybe a year," he emphasized.
In addition to this announcement, the rapper also unveiled the music video for his latest song, "8 AM in Charlotte," from his most recent album, "For All the Dogs". The video begins with a heartwarming exchange between Drake and his 5-year-old son, Adonis, who shares his artwork and its unique story.
"So it's the same story. The goat was running away from other monsters and animals. A flower was blocking the way, and it turned into fire. The racing car may have been helping the goat, and there were stairs that resembled a jail. One person was on top and got hit by the track." The young artist explained.
Drake engages his son, asking about the letters on the drawing, to which Adonis responds.
"It's not a word, but I wanted to write SBW," he noted.
The conversation continues with Drake playfully inquiring if the drawing implies that he's the "Daddy Goat," to which Adonis agrees with a smile. They briefly discuss the value of the artwork, adding a touch of family charm to the moment. Drake shares custody of Adonis with artist Sophie Brussaux. His latest album, "For All the Dogs," boasts 23 tracks and includes collaborations with notable artists such as Bad Bunny, SZA, J. Cole, Lil Yachty, and 21 Savage.