Drake's Right-Hand Producer Says His New Album Could Drop At Anytime


Drake's new album, Certified Lover Boy, could drop at any moment, per his right-hand producer Noah "40" Shebib.

During the hitmaker's new interview with Kevin Durant's podcast, The ETCs with Kevin Durant, 40 said the highly-anticipated project is ready to go. "He's always got it. He had it eight months ago. He had it six months ago, three months ago, 10 months ago. He’s always got it," the producer revealed. "Does that mean he's done? Sh*t, I don’t know. He might make 10 songs next week. I don’t know, but he's got it."

Even though he might add more rights at the drop of a dime, 40 said that the decision is ultimately in Drizzy’s hands. "He's gon' pull the trigger when he wants to pull it. Whether or not he thinks he’s ready or not, he’s always ready," he continued. "If he had to drop the album tomorrow, he drops it tomorrow."

"If Drake says, 'Yo, I want to drop my album on Friday,' the industry’s gonna jump and it's coming out Friday. He’s gonna make that call, it's gonna happen," he added.

Certified Lover Boy is the rapper’s follow-up to his 2018 blockbuster, Scorpion, and was set to drop this summer, per the rapper. The set has since released its lead single, "Laugh Now Cry Later" featuring Lil Durk.

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