After the much-anticipated drop, let’s break down the top five financial flexes from Drake on his latest album in the first installment of Boardroom Bars.
@boardroom Drake’s level of braggadocious reaches new heights on his ‘For All The Dogs’ album. We take a look the record’s most lofty lyrics in the first installment of “Boardroom Bars.” #drake #forallthedogs #hiphop #rapper ♬ original sound – Boardroom
First, the album was dropping. Then, it wasn’t. And finally, at 6 a.m. ET on Oct. 6, Drake finally gave his fans what they were waiting for in the drop of his latest studio album, “For All The Dogs.”
The 23-track album has seen some buzz since its release less than a week ago, with the album expected to bring in a first-week total of 400-450K units per Hits Daily Double, making it the fourth-biggest debut of 2023, following Taylor Swift‘s Speak Now, Morgan Wallen’s One Thing at a Time, and Travis Scott‘s UTOPIA. It wouldn’t be surprising to see “FATD” atop the Billboard 200, currently occupied by Wallen.
Speaking of, it’s expected that a number of songs on the album will make their way onto the Billboard Hot 100. “First Person Shooter” featuring J. Cole seems to be the top candidate to claim the No. 1 spot, which Doja Cat currently holds with “Paint The Town Red.”
What accolades and acclaim “FATD” will eventually receive remains to be seen, but until then, all we can do is collectively put our heads together to try and decipher what Drake means by some of his viral lyrics. That’s exactly what Boardroom’s Gabe Oshin does in the debut of Boardroom Bars, in which he breaks down the top five financial flexes from “For All The Dogs.”
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