American singer and songwriter Drake has announced the postponement of his much-anticipated studio album Certified Lover Boy for a second time following surgery and rehab for blown knee.
‘Certified Lover Boy’ is one of the most anticipated new studio albums in recent times but fans and lovers of good music will continue to anticipate.
Canadian superstar, Drake, has decided to postpone the release of “Certified Lover Boy” for the second time; this time the delay was due to some personal reasons which include having suffered a serious knee injury and subsequent surgery.
The rapper and singer had originally set his sights on a summer of 2020 release, and then a January 2021 release, before this latest setback.
He shared this sad news with fans and followers via a post on his Instagram story on Wednesday, January 20.
‘I was planning to release my album this month but between surgery and rehab my energy has been dedicated to recovery,’ Drake wrote on the photo-sharing-app.
Fans will be anticipating the new release date for the album and will also be hoping Drake recovers from the surgery as soon as possible.
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