Drake Announces Bad Bunny Will Appear on ‘For All The Dogs’

Drake has already performed two shows of his three-date stint in Inglewood, California, for his It’s All a Blur Tour with 21 Savage. However, during the second show of three last night (August 13), he delivered some particularly fascinating news regarding his impending album.

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Bringing Bad Bunny up on stage during his performance, who was in attendance with his superstar influencer girlfriend Kendall Jenner, Drake announced that he and the Puerto Rican reggaeton/hip-hop icon have a song together. That track is slated to land on the Toronto emcee’s eighth solo LP For All The Dogs.

“I wanna tell y’all something because y’all are L.A. and we love you,” Drake said as he addressed the Inglewood attendees. “It’s been like six years since me and Benito did a song, so we got a song coming for y’all on my album and it’s real.”

As Drake noted, he and Bad Bunny’s last collaboration came in the form of “MÍA” in 2018, which landed on the latter’s debut studio album X 100pre. Upon release, as Bad Bunny was a blossoming force in pop music, the song would peak at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100. The visuals for the track would eventually surpass 1 billion views on YouTube, one of 13 Bad Bunny music videos to have done so.

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Bad Bunny’s inclusion on For All The Dogs is now the second confirmed feature for the project, as Drake revealed earlier on tour that Nicki Minaj would also make a guest appearance. Additionally, Drake’s announcement Sunday comes just a couple weeks after Bad Bunny accompanied The Weeknd on “K-POP,” the lead single of Travis Scott’s recent studio album UTOPIA, which just landed at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 for the second straight week. “K-POP” would go on to peak at No. 7 on the Hot 100, and its music video has garnered 18 million views since its July 21 release.

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