After the release of ‘For All The Dogs,’ will Drake prioritize his health and close the studio door?

In a recent episode of SiriusXM’s “Table for One” series, Drake announced that he will be going on a hiatus to prioritize his health and wellness. This decision comes after the release of his fourth album in three years, “For All the Dogs.”

While reflecting on his album, Drake candidly stated, “I probably won’t make music for a little bit.” He revealed that he made promises to other people that he needs to fulfill and that his focus needs to be on his health first and foremost. Drake mentioned that he has been dealing with gastrointestinal issues for years and it’s time for him to take care of himself.

With determination in his voice, Drake declared, “Imma lock the door on the studio for a little bit.” Although he didn’t specify the exact duration of his break, he hinted that it might be around a year or even longer.

Supportive fans flooded The Shade Room’s upload with positive comments. One fan, @peacefulsoul2, expressed, “Good for him. He works hard and deserves to focus on his mental health.” Others, like @jayintx_, took the opportunity to throw shade at Drake, suggesting that he needs a break after releasing his latest album.

The Release of “For All the Dogs”

Drake’s decision to step back from music comes just after he dropped his highly anticipated studio album, “For All the Dogs.” This 23-song project features collaborations with renowned artists such as 21 Savage, J. Cole, Sexyy Red, and Chief Keef. One particularly controversial track, “Slime You Out,” includes vocals from SZA.

Discussing the energy behind “For All the Dogs” on “Table for One,” Drake gave a cryptic answer, stating, “Please don’t ask me what I feel if you can’t handle the real.” This enigmatic response leaves fans curious about the emotional depth and authenticity of the album.