Drake's 'Thank Me Later' Is Due in May


Led by single 'Over', the Canadian rapper's debut album reportedly is slated to be released on May 25.

Drake's forthcoming first studio album "Thank Me Later" has got a release date. The long-delayed effort is slated to be made available for purchase across the United States on May 25, according to Rap-Up.

Kanye West, Jay-Z and The-Dream are some of the acclaimed music makers tagged to help Drake work on the record. The Canadian rapper once told MTV, "This record sums up where I am right now in my career. I think it's a great first impression. The album is going to be a great body of work for you to get lost in."

The first single from the album is called "Over" and produced by Boi-1da. Its music video is directed by Anthony Mandler who recently shared the concept, "We talked colors, we talked epic, emotion-evoking visuals. The story is actually interesting. The song is so aggressive, and it's sort of a love story in the video. It has a lot to do with the album."

Next month, Drake will start going on an eco-friendly tour with K-OS and Francis & The Lights as his supporting acts. Dubbed "The Away From Home", the gig will be kicked off on April 6 at Eastern Illinois University and wrapped on May 8 in Plymouth.

© AceShowbiz.com

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