Drake recently hinted at another collaboration with Bad Bunny during his Los Angeles At a recent Los Angeles performance, Drake hinted at another collaboration with Bad Bunny. The venue was the Kia Forum, a stop on Drake’s ‘It’s All A Blur’ tour. In attendance was Bad Bunny, or as he’s better known offstage, Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio. Drake took a moment to address the audience:
“I want to tell y’all something ’cause y’all are L.A., and we love you. It’s been like six years since me and Benito did a song. So, we got a song coming for y’all on my album.”
Notably, their last joint effort was the 2018 hit ‘Mia’, featured on Bad Bunny’s album ‘X 100pre’. The announcement stirred immediate reactions online. Fans on Twitter expressed sentiments like, “The club is not ready for this,” and “Bad Bunny and Drake together again will be healing.”
Drake also shed light on his upcoming album, ‘For All The Dogs’, set to be released in roughly two weeks. He had given fans a glimpse of this project earlier in January during a concert at New York’s Apollo. He shared:
“I’ve thought about a bunch of things in life, but at this moment, nothing’s keeping me from making music for you. So I’ll stick around for you, at least for a while.”
On the ‘It’s All A Blur’ tour, Drake showcased a memorable moment in Philadelphia. Joining him onstage was Meek Mill, marking a significant reconciliation between the two after past disputes. Drake reflected:
“It means so much to return to this city and demonstrate our growth. Coming here, standing together for Philadelphia — that’s what it’s all about. Big thanks to Meek for joining me on stage. Philly, your warm embrace means everything.”
On a separate note, Drake recently collaborated with Travis Scott for the ‘UTOPIA’ album. Their track ‘MELTDOWN’ seems to allude to Pharrell Williams, Timothée Chalamet, and Pusha T. In an unrelated splurge, Drake acquired a bespoke diamond ring, once owned by Tupac Shakur, for a cool $1 million. And in a switch from music, July saw the announcement of his first poetry book, ‘Titles Ruin Everything, A Stream of Consciousness’.