Kevin Mazur/Getty Images via ABCIt appears a new Drake album is upon us.
Wednesday, the OVO head honcho took to Instagram to share a series of photos in which he teased that he is officially in “album mode.” Interestingly enough, one shot in the set also features a portrait of Beyonce hanging on the wall of his home office.
The news of a forthcoming album arrives nearly a week after Drizzy dropped off two new singles — “Omerta” and “Money In the Grave” — to commemorate the Raptors’ first NBA championship.
These new musical offerings also seem to indicate a change in Drake’s business operations. The credits for those two tracks make no mention of Young Money/Cash Money Records, but rather “Frozen Moments, LLC, under exclusive license to Republic Records.”
As Billboard notes, it was reported that Drake’s 2018 album Scorpion fulfilled his contractual obligations to Young Money/Cash Money, meaning that he’s now a free agent.
And, as Billboard points out, Drizzy has used the “Frozen Moments” in connection with legal filings and business ventures under the OVO umbrella, but the first time he used it in connection with his music was back in February, for his remix of Summer Walker‘s “Girls Need Love.”
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