Drake’s 6th studio album ‘Certified Lover Boy’ set to be released July 23rd

Drake’s ‘Certified Lover Boy’ album is easily the most anticipated album of the year and it looks like we’ve finally got a reliable release date for the project. Wosny Lambre a writer for The Ringer has spilled the beans on the official release date for the album. He sat down Chris Ryan who is the Editorial Director for The Ringer where they discussed a number of subjects like Jay-Z, East Coast vs West Coast Rap, & Of course Drizzy Drake. Before you ask yourself how credible is Wosny Lambre when it comes to delivery credible information pertaining to Drake you should know that he is the one who leaked the official release date of Drake’s “Dark Lane Demo Tapes”.

Wosny Lambre let us know the official release date of Drake’s ‘Certified Lover Boy’ on a podcast via Spotify on ‘The Watch’ : The End of Jay-Z, the Omnipresence of Drake, and East Coast vs. West Coast Rap and revealed that the official release date for the album is July 23rd. You can listen to the podcast stream below via Spotify below. We have embedded the stream below and you can skip to the 29:44 mark below to listen to him confirm the release himself. Drake’s ‘Certified Lover Boy’ is guaranteed to be the years best album and many are speculating that the album is expected to be a classic project. We will continue to update the post as more details develop. Be sure to check back soon here for updates on the project and for information on the first official single debut.

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