Drake Urges Mayor to Improve City’s Wi-Fi So He Can Work on New Album
There's some new Drake music on the way—if he can get the beats he needs to rap over.
In a post shared to his Instagram Story on Tuesday night (July 30), Drizzy called out the mayor of Toronto suburb Pickering because apparently, the city's weak Wi-Fi is messing with his upcoming album.
"Can the mayor of Pickering set up some stronger wifi towers so @boi1da can be able to send me all his newest beats? Trying to cook up. Thanks. - Drake," Drizzy wrote in his Instagram story.
Back in April, Drake revealed that he had plans to work on a new album. “This is one of my favorite places to be in the world,” Drake said on stage in London during his Assassination Vacation Tour. “So I what I’ma do, I kinda started night last night to be honest with you. But I think what I’m going to do after this is go home and I’ma make a new album so I can come back to London next year and so we can do this again.”
Then in June, Drake confirmed he was in album mode in a series of Instagram posts. This came shortly after the Toronto Raptors NBA Championship win, with which he dropped a few loose singles to celebrate, including one with Rick Ross. Most recently, he appeared alongside Ross on another track, "Gold Roses," which will live on Ross' forthcoming album.
This project will follow 2018's Scorpion. Are you ready for a new Drizzy album?
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