Drake Gets Denied Trademark; Drops New Music + Goes Shirtless

Drake Goes Shirtless In Elevator + Drops New Music

Drake Gets Denied Trademark; Drops New Music + Goes Shirtless!

On Friday Drake gave his fans a taste of him shirtless via his IG Story while dropping new music “Laugh Now Cry Later.” Continue on to watch and learn why Drake Denied Trademark…

CelebNMusic247.com reports that the 6 God went to his Instagram page to officially announce his new studio album.

The rapper just announced the title for the upcoming project, Certified Lover Boy, which is set to drop any day now.

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Aubrey aka Drake also gave fans another sexy shot of himself in the elevator shirtless. Ladies, what do you think of this Carmel delight snack?


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#celebnmusic247 #reports #drake #shirtless showing off his #abs #checkitout #thoughts is he looking like a #snack to u?

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Drizzy Drake, the Toronto native also released his new “Laugh Now Cry Later” music video featuring Lil Durk.

The “Laugh Now Cry Later” video features cameos from Kevin Durant, Odell Beckham Jr., and Marshawn Lynch. In the clip, the Lover Boy title is briefly referenced on the back of Drake’s Nike jersey in a scene. At the end of the Dave Meyers-directed clip, the initials “CLB” and a rose appear on the screen.


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Laugh Now Cry Later

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Drake also shared a few standout moments from the music video on his Instagram page.


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According to Complex, Drake’s attorney Robert Kleinman who has some apparent connections to Drake; (law firm Common Sense Counsel), and a company called Common Sense Counsel IP Holdings owns a number of Drake-related trademarks. The trademarks include  Frozen Moments (the name of Drake’s company) and even the name “Drake.” In February, he filed a trademark for “Certified Lover Boy,” and the application named three possible uses for the phrase: music recordings; clothing; and television, movies, and live events.

Though, the application was denied in April, as the US Patent And Trademark Office refused the application due to the “likelihood of confusion.” One of the entities with which they suspected Drake’s desired trademark could be confused with was Michigan clothing company Lover’s Lane, and the other was Loverboy, the Canadian rockers behind the ’80s hit “Working For The Weekend.”

He also posted this video from the weekend, partying following the release of his new album.


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Drake last night in Toronto with @bakanotnice. ?

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Drake surely is NOT letting COVID-19 stop his flow on releasing new music.

What do you think of his new song “Laugh Now Cry Later” and music video featuring Lil Durk?

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