Drake Isn't Ruling Out Working On New Music: 'I Might Get Bored On The Road'

Drake told an audience in St. Louis that he might get "bored on the road" and start working on new music.

Drake performs onstage, wearing a black T-shirt and pants, with one hand raised and a microphone in the other
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Drake performs onstage, wearing a black T-shirt and pants, with one hand raised and a microphone in the other

Drake is still on the second leg of his North American tour, now called It's All a Blur – Big as the What? Tour, but even if he's still on the road, that might not stop him from dropping new music.

At his recent stop in St. Louis, Drizzy told the crowd he "would never leave y'all for that long again," before saying he would come back. "Don't worry."

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Then he started talking about the one-year sabbatical he was supposedly thinking about when he dropped For All The Dogs last fall, which he attributed to stomach issues. Not only has it yet to occur, he followed up the album release with the expanded Scary Hours edition and the second leg of the tour.

"You know I said I was, like, taking a break and all that shit," he said. "But I'm right back on the road. It's hard for me to stay away from y'all, I really do love you. And you know, you never know, I might get bored on the road and start making some new music and see where it goes for the next little while."

On his Instagram stories, he hinted he might want to jump on a track with fellow Toronto rapper Pressa by reposting his invitation to "make da city great again."

Life as Drake isn't all work and no play. In between tours, Drake did spend some time soaking up sun in his favourite tourist locale of Turks & Caicos. He also did get to watch the Super Bowl in comfort, where he celebrated winning his $1.15 million bet on the Kansas City Chiefs to win it all.

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