Drake releases his eighth solo studio album, "For All the Dogs," featuring various artists, including Bad Bunny and Kevin Durant.

The album dropped at an unconventional 6 a.m. ET, breaking industry norms.

Previously delayed multiple times, it marks Drake's fourth album in just two years.

Drake teased the album's arrival with a book of poetry titled "Titles Ruin Everything."

The album includes tracks like "Bahamas Promises" and "Virginia Beach," named after his rap rival Pusha-T's hometown.

It was preceded by chart-topping singles like "Slime You Out" with SZA.

Drake's "It's All a Blur" tour, featuring 21 Savage, concludes in his hometown, Toronto.

His high-demand tour faced criticism for ticket prices.

Drake hinted at taking a break due to health issues after the tour and album release.

He holds 12 Billboard No. 1 albums and ties with Madonna and the Supremes for the fifth-most No. 1 songs of all time.