Is Drake Dropping New Music for His Birthday on OVO Sound Radio?

To celebrate the birth of October’s very own.

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On October 24 Drake will be turning 30, and to celebrate he will be hosting a special edition of OVO Sound Radio. Alongside his manager Oliver El-Khatib, Drake will be unveiling new mixes speculated to feature some new work. The hint comes as Drake and Oliver both recently liked and replied a comment on Instagram that asked the Canadian rapper about the chances of new music, which he replied with a bullseye emoji. Tune into Drake’s birthday OVO Sound Radio episode October 23 at 6pm EST.

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