Published Oct 19, 2020In August, Drake teamed with Lil Durk for single "Laugh Now Cry Later," which the Canadian rap hero said was the first song from a forthcoming album called Certified Lover Boy. While details on the new effort are slim, the album is on the road to completion if a new teaser is anything to go by.
On Saturday (October 17), video surfaced online of a truck hauling a trailer emblazoned with Drake's CLB logo on an Ontario highway.
The yellow letters not only appear at the end of his "Laugh Now Cry Later" video, but also on the Nike clothing he's been sending to friends and admirers these past few months.
CLB Soon 🦉 pic.twitter.com/5XqYgkaavq— ₆⁶₆𓅓𓅓𓅓₆⁶₆ (@Emo_Bear) October 17, 2020
Certified Lover Boy has yet to receive a proper release date. Upon releasing his Dark Lane Demo Tapes mixtape in May, Drake had teased a summer release for his sixth studio full-length.
CLB seen on a semi truck 👀. Hopefully it comes out soon. pic.twitter.com/itRHNifKqC— ₆⁶₆𓅓𓅓𓅓₆⁶₆ (@Emo_Bear) October 17, 2020
Last week, Drake appeared on Yung Bleu's "You're Mines Still." This year has also seen him share a pair of songs with Popcaan and two more with DJ Khaled.