Drake Reveals 'For All the Dogs' Album Cover Drawn by 5-Year-Old Adonis

Drizzy continues his long tradition of unexpected cover art.

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The dogs are about to get fed.

Drake shared the cover for his heavily teased For All the Dogs album on Instagram Monday evening, noting only that the vaguely menacing image was drawn by his 5-year-old son Adonis.

We don't have a release date yet, but OVO Sound's official accounts also posted the art, all but confirming this is the final cover and the For All the Dogs train is running full speed ahead.

The new cover continues a few traditions from Drake's history of unpredictable album art: a hand-drawn aesthetic (If You're Reading This It's Too Late), themed around a very young Graham (Nothing Was the Same), and bringing one of Drake's family members into the fold (More Life, featuring a vintage Dennis Graham photo).

Adonis’ art has made its way to the internet before, including some Father’s Day work he did as a 1-year-old and a painting session with his mother, Sophie Brussaux, last year.

The latest Champagne Papi post comes a day after Drake shared a pic of his son with grandmother Sandra Graham, and not long after Adonis attended his first Drizzy concert, understandably leaving him with "21, can you do something for me?" stuck in his head.

The 36-year-old Toronto MC is on his It’s All a Blur Tour with 21 Savage, where he teased a few times in July that he’d have an album coming in “a couple weeks or some shit.” He also wore a dog mask out in public, because why not?

Drake leaving his hotel in a dog mask 🤔 pic.twitter.com/iOwlxBSg5J

— Kurrco (@Kurrco) July 20, 2023

For All the Dogs will follow June 2022’s dance-heavy Honestly, Nevermind and last November’s Her Loss with Drake's treacherous twin and "Jimmy Cooks" collaborator 21 Savage.

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