Drake’s ‘For All the Dogs’ Is His Lowest-Rated Album On Metacritic

Lyndon Abioye |

Drake’s For All the Dogs album is receiving poor reviews across the internet and on Metacritic…it has received the lowest rating for any of his albums…ever.

Out of 100, the album has been given just over half…with 52.

“For All the Dogs caps off a recent persona that sounds like none of it’s fun to him—and he’s dragging us along to be the company of his misery,” a review from Pitchfork reads.

“On tracks such as “Daylight” and “Fear of Heights”, he strains to fit over the futuristic “rage” sound popularised by Playboi Carti. For better or worse, the album is at its best when Drake’s not there,” The Independent UK writes.

Drake is currently beefing with Joe Budden who says that Drizzy needs to stop making music for the kids and put some more mature music out considering he’s close to 40 years old.

Drizzy says he’s taking a hiatus from music to deal with stomach issues and fans say he should focus on making better music.

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