Drake’s 5-Year-Old Son, Adonis, Designed His Latest Album Cover
Drake’s son is quite the budding artist. On Aug. 21, the 36-year-old rapper revealed the cover art for his much-anticipated upcoming album, “For All the Dogs,” which was illustrated by his only child, 5-year-old Adonis. Against a black background is a drawing of a dog with long ears and bright red eyes, shaded in with messy crayon lines.
After initially keeping his family life private from the world, Drake and Adonis’s mom, Sophie Brussaux, started sharing glimpses of the adorable child in 2020, and as he’s gotten older, we’re learning more about his personality and interests. Adonis recently appeared in his first interview with Drake, fielding questions for an episode of “Sundae Conversation” in February. During the conversation, the 5-year-old adorably opened up about his friendships and relationship with Drake. Now we’re discovering Adonis has creative talents like his dad. Fans even compared Adonis’s work with that of legendary artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Pablo Picasso in the comments of Drake’s upcoming-music announcement.
In late June, Drake announced his eighth studio album was coming soon to accompany his “Titles Ruin Everything” poetry book. “They say they miss the old Drake girl don’t tempt me,” a statement on the website read to describe the new music. Since then, the rapper has been teasing more about his upcoming album on tour, including the return of the “old Drake” as well as collaborations with Bad Bunny and Nicki Minaj. While an exact date has not yet been revealed, “For All the Dogs” is rumored to be released on Aug. 25.