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DRAKE’S NEW ALBUM DEDICATED TO LATE MERCEDES MORR

Drake’s new album, “Certified Lover Boy” has been the talk on social media all week. Last night the singer/song writer finally debuted his long awaiting album. The campaign for CLB cleverly surprised fans with pop-up billboards giving clues about features on the album.

Houston was the last to see an artist from the Bayou City which had Twitter spiraling trying to figure out who it could be. As of midnight, we came to find out it is the one and only Travis Scott.

Drake is known to call Houston his second home. Following this, he dedicated the entire album to the late Mercedes Morr. The tragic murder of the Houston influencer took place Sunday evening. A visitation for Morr will be held on Saturday from 10:00am from 1:00pm at the Davis Greenlawn Funeral Chapels, located at 3900 B.F. Terry Boulevard.

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