In what could be labeled as the most polarizing project in the illustrious career of Canadian superstar Drake, “For All the Dogs” has stirred quite a buzz. Various individuals, including podcast host Joe Budden, have openly voiced their criticism of Drake’s latest musical endeavor.
Even professional critics have not shied away from offering their scathing reviews. The album, For All the Dogs, found itself at the receiving end of a modest 52/100 score on the reputable review aggregation website, Metacritic.com. To put it in perspective, Drake’s 2022 release, “Honestly, Nevermind,” fared notably better with a score of 73/100.
However, it’s important to note that Drake still enjoys significant support for his new LP. One particular advocate took it upon themselves to defend the artist better known as Champagne Papi. This endorsement came from none other than TP, a prominent artist manager, and earned a notable co-sign from the leader of OVO Sound on Instagram.
Overnight, Drake took to his Instagram Story to repost TP’s tweet. The post conveyed a candid message, “Y’all should stop tryna hide behind music critique and just go ahead and tell the personal stories of what bruh did to y’all lmao. Cuz this sh** is insane at this point.”
This incident sheds light on the ongoing debate surrounding “For All the Dogs.” While it’s clear that the album has not been universally well-received, Drake’s support base remains firm.
Moreover, the superstar seems to imply that personal issues might be at the core of some of the criticism he’s received. In any case, it’s evident that this album has generated passionate responses and heated discussions across social media and beyond.