Drake forced to take break from music to concentrate on health as he develops craziest problems

Drake has announced he will “probably” not be making any music for a while, explaining that he needs to “focus” on his health.

The 36 year old Canadian rapper and singer discussed the possibility of taking a break from music, hours before he released his new album For All The Dogs on Friday 6 October.

Drake, whose full name is Aubrey Drake Graham, discussed his thoughts on his American radio show Table for One on SiriusXM’s Sound 42.

Speaking of the future of his music career, he said: “I probably won’t make music for a little bit. I’m gonna be honest. I got some other things I need to do for some other people that I made promises to, but I probably won’t make music for a little bit.”

The Hotline Bling rapper added that he was going to be focusing on his health after he’d experienced the “craziest” stomach problems for a number of years.

“I’m gonna be real with you. I need to focus on my health first and foremost and I’ll talk about that soon enough,” he added.

“Nothing crazy, but just like, I want people to be healthy in life and I’ve been having the craziest problems for years with my stomach and I’ll just say what it is now… so I need to focus on on my health and I need to get right and I’m going to do that.”

Drake’s latest album For All The Dogs is the star’s eighth studio album and features collaborations with other artists including SZA, Bad Bunny, rapper 21 Savage and artist and producer J Cole, amongst others.

Drake has been touring It’s All A Blur with 21 Savage which kickstarted in July and has consisted of dates across North America.

During his radio show, One Dance rapper also used his time to discuss the tour and thanked collaborators for helping him with the new album, adding that he was “overwhelmed with love” from his recent time touring.

Drake’s recent announcement comes months afterhe led tributes to Euphoria star Angus Cloud followinghis tragic death at the age of 25.

The US actor, who starred as Fezco O’Neill on the popular HBO series, died on Monday 31 July. HBO said in a statement: “We are incredibly saddened to learn of the passing of Angus Cloud.

Following the sad news, Drake, who is an executive producer on Euphoria, shared a photo of Angus from March of 2022 at the Revolve Social Club in LA. Accompanying the image, he wrote: “Good soul,” and added a tearful emoji and a dove.

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