Drake hinted to the possibility of releasing new music while on tour with J. Cole and Lil Durk for the It’s All A Blur Tour.

During a performance in St. Louis on Tuesday night, the Toronto rapper expressed a desire to create more songs. The announcement comes despite previously assuring fans that he plans to take a sabbatical after the publication of For All The Dogs.

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“You know, I said I was taking a break and all that sh*t, but I’m right back on the road again,” he stated to the throng. “It’s difficult for me to remain away from you; I truly adore you. You never know. I might grow bored and start writing some new music on the road; we’ll see where it goes in the next little while.”

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Regarding his decision to leave music, he stated on his SiriusXM radio show, Table for One, that he wanted to prioritize his health. “I probably won’t make music for a little bit,” he remarked at the time. “I’ll be honest with you: I need to prioritize my health — which I’ll discuss soon enough. Nothing extreme, but I want people to live healthy lives. I’ve been having stomach problems for years, so I need to focus on my health and get it right, and I intend to do so. I’d like to work on a variety of other things.

During the show, Drake also volunteered to cover the cost of surgery for one audience member.