Drake Teases Collaboration with SZA
Canadian rapper Drake has pleasantly surprised fans with hints of a potential collaboration with R&B sensation SZA, ahead of his upcoming album release, “For All The Dogs.” Even more exciting, this collaboration might drop as soon as tomorrow.
Upcoming Album Release
Drake’s highly anticipated project, “For All The Dogs,” is scheduled for release on September 22, following last year’s album, “Honestly, Nevermind.”
Teasing the Collaboration
In a clever marketing move, Drake has begun teasing what appears to be a forthcoming single featuring SZA. He shared an image of Halle Berry being slimed at the 2012 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, presented in a CD cover-style artwork. The inclusion of a “Parental Advisory” logo in the corner hints at this being artwork for an upcoming release. Drake tagged SZA in the Instagram post but kept the caption simple, using a straight-faced emoji followed by a green heart, leaving fans to speculate about the collaboration.
SZA’s Cryptic Post
SZA also shared the same artwork on her Instagram profile, using emojis that revealed little about the project. Rapper and producer DJ Khaled also posted the artwork, tagging both Drake and SZA in his caption, hinting at his potential involvement.
Release Date Unknown
While the release date for this potential collaboration remains a mystery, Drake has announced that he will be dropping another track from his upcoming album during his show at the Moody Center in Austin, Texas, on September 11. Fans are hopeful that this might be the mystery SZA link-up.
Exciting Features on Drake’s Album
Throughout his tour dates, Drake has been teasing fans with hints about his new album. In July, he confirmed that Nicki Minaj would be making an appearance on the album, and in August, he revealed that Bad Bunny would also be a featured guest.
SZA’s Busy Year
Meanwhile, SZA has been having a remarkable year. She’s taking a short break from her SOS world tour, which included two performances at London’s O2 Arena. Her critically acclaimed album, “SOS,” released late last year, earned her a number one hit in the US with “Kill Bill.” She followed up with the single “Snooze” and a star-studded music video featuring Justin Bieber, Benny Blanco, and Young Mazino from Netflix’s “Beef.” SZA also featured on Travis Scott’s “UTOPIA” album last month.
Drake and SZA’s History
Drake previously mentioned SZA on his 2021 track “Mr. Right Now,” hinting at a personal connection with the line: “Yeah, said she wanna f*** to some SZA, wait/Cause I used to date SZA back in ‘08.” SZA playfully corrected him on Twitter, clarifying that it was actually in 2009.
Anticipated Album Release
Drake’s album, “For All The Dogs,” is set to drop on September 22, and fans are eagerly awaiting this potential collaboration with SZA.Read More On The Topic On TDPel Media