All 23 Songs Ranked – Billboard

Drake’s highly anticipated album, For All the Dogs, has finally been released after months of anticipation and delays. The album, which promises a return to “the old Drake,” features a star-studded roster of collaborators and surprise guests, including SZA, J. Cole, Chief Keef, and more. However, the album falls short of recapturing the magic of Drake’s earlier records, instead relying on an exact recreation of his previous approach. With a bloated tracklist and lackluster hooks, For All the Dogs feels tedious and overstays its welcome. Despite this, the album covers a wide range of sonic styles and showcases Drake’s ability to collaborate with different artists and expand his audience.

Summery :

– Drake has released a new album called “For All the Dogs,” which promises a return to his earlier sound.
– The album features collaborations with artists such as SZA, J. Cole, Chief Keef, Snoop Dogg, Bad Bunny, and more.
– The album covers a lot of ground sonically, ranging from soulful piano-laden tracks to party-ready mixtures of Miami bass and ’80s synths.
– The album is 23 tracks long and has a runtime of one hour and 25 minutes, which many critics argue is too long and makes the album feel tedious.
– Some standout tracks include “BBL Love (Interlude)” which is genuinely hilarious, “Members Only” featuring PARTYNEXTDOOR, and “Slime You Out” featuring SZA.
– However, the album also has its weak points, with lackluster hooks and uninspired lyrics on some tracks.
– Overall, the album attempts to recapture the “old Drake” sound but falls short and feels repetitive.

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