DRAKE EXTENDS EVERTHING

Drake has not only delivered a surprise six-track EP, For All the Dogs: Scary Hours Edition, he's also added a handful of dates to the 2024 It's All a Blur Tour: Big As What?, which will feature J. Cole.

Drake and Cole have appended second shows in San Antonio, Oklahoma City, Tampa, St. Louis, Buffalo, Kansas City and more, bringing the tour, produced by Live Nation and presented by Cash App and Visa, to 32 dates. The trek begins 1/18 with back-to-back performances at Denver's Ball Arena and wraps 3/27 at Legacy Arena in Birmingham. Tickets can be had here.

Meanwhile, For All the Dogs: Scary Hours Edition (OVO/Republic), which is also referred to as Scary Hours 3, boasts production by Lil Yachty, The Alchemist, Boi-1da, Vinylz, Ovrkast and Conductor Williams. Additional vocals were supplied solely by Cole, and only on the song "Evil Ways."

Referring to his creative flow—the new material was apparently crafted in the five days before its release—Drake said, “You know, ultimately it’s coming to me in a way that I haven’t experienced since [2015’s] If You’re Reading This [It’s Too Late], where it’s just kind of like I feel like I’m on drugs.” Coincidentally, we have been on drugs for the last five days.

Listen to For All the Dogs: Scary Hours Edition below.

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