On Monday (Aug. 21), Drake took to social media to share the official cover for his long-awaited album, For All The Dogs. In addition, he confirmed that his son, Adonis Graham, was tapped as the artist behind the image. Conor McGregor, Teezo Touchdown, Cole Bennett, Sexyy Red, Rich The Kid, and many more gave the artwork plenty of positive feedback in the comments.

For All The Dogs was first teased by Drake while he was promoting his book, “Titles Ruin Everything,” back in June. “I made an album to go with the book. They say they miss the old Drake, girl don’t tempt me,” the Canadian star said at the time. Since then, he’s continued to promise that For All The Dogs would be arriving soon at several different stops of his ongoing “It’s All A Blur Tour.” Many are even speculating that the album will arrive on streaming platforms this Friday (Aug. 25).

Back in 2022, Drizzy liberated his seventh solo LP, Honestly, Nevermind, an experimental foray into different electronic subgenres. That project consisted of 14 tracks with additional contributions from 21 Savage, Gordo, Black Coffee, Alex Lustig, &ME, Tay Keith, Beau Nox, Noah “40” Shebib, and more. Honestly, Nevermind became Drake’s 11th No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 204,000 first-week album-equivalent units sold and eventually crossed the platinum mark. Before 2022 came to an end, the OVO head honcho would reconnect with 21 Savage for the joint release Her Loss, which also boasted collaborations from the likes of Travis Scott, Birdman, Young Nudy, Lil Yachty, and “Big Facts” host Big Bank. As expected, the duo easily nabbed the top spot on the aforementioned chart. Outside of his own work, Drake could be heard on songs like J Hus’ “Who Told You,” Scott’s “MELTDOWN,” and Young Thug’s “Oh U Went.”