New Drake Album means New Drake Merchandise
It wouldn’t be a Drake album release without some respective goods.
And like NSFW . Watchesjust a few days later surprise release of his 14-track dance albumwe had t-shirts dripping down the pipe.
In memory of him Honestly, never mind era, noted symphony Drake started it all with very Realtree camo trend Teenagers “Sympathy”, displayed in an orange university font reminiscent of His Summer Sixteen “Revenge” merchandise of six years ago. (2016, also known as the year that goods live, grow and die—If only we knew what we know by now!) Sure, the back of the camo tee reads “Summer 22,” a season that will almost certainly see Drake house beats against Beyoncé to win valuable real estate for the DJ club.
The camo shirts are already on sale on his official merchandise store, Drake Related, shortly after Drizzy posted his series of photos of him and his friends wearing them over the weekend. For $45, the tees were sold out. (Look out for them on resale sites.)
In what could be a preview of upcoming merchandise, Drake has also posted additional tees on his Instagram stories featuring covers from his previous albums. Take care and More life is overlaid with scribble raised from a painting by British artist Richie Culver that reads “BIG FAN OF YOUR OLD EMPLOYEES”. (Culver later reposted an article from Source about tees, perhaps suggesting that he actually blessed Champagne Papi to use the image.) The back of the shirt — or maybe it’s a completely different shirt — says, “If you’re reading this, honestly, never mind,” wrote in their respective Drizzy album font.
Tapping artists to create visuals around his albums is a common move in Drake’s books — Kadir Nelson drew the artwork for nothing was the sameand Damien Hirst create Certified LoverThe meme purposefully covers twelve emojis for pregnant women—though he doesn’t always release merchandise solo. Because draw his Certified Lover album cycleDrake dropped the device inside His own Nike sub-label Nocta and continued to make great contributions to the brand throughout its release, even filming video for the EP’s first single “Laugh Now, Cry Later” inside the sports megabrand’s headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon. Currently, he is holding any additional Nocta x H, FEMALE goods on ice.