Drake has disclosed the artwork for new coming album “Views From The 6”.
The hip-hop star is planning to release the album on April 29 and Drake took to the streets of Toronto to advertise his new music.
A track list for the new album is not still proved yet at the Toronto pop-up these days he shared with fans there are “like 20 songs for y’all to enjoy” on it. Popular track “On Dance” and Kanye West/ Jay Z collaboration “Pop Style” are both likely to be among the tracks on the album.
“Views From The 6” will be presented exclusively via Apple Music before being accessible to stream and download on all sources starting May 6.
In 2015, Drake finalized a £13m deal with Apple. Ever since then he has organized a monthly OVO Radio show on Apple Music and shared his “What A Time To Be Alive” mixtape with Future. “Jumpman” from that album was included in a latest Apple Music advertisement featuring Taylor Swift.
Not so long ago, Drake teased his long -awaited album by showing a picture of some artwork for the project onto a building in London.
Drake’s last official album, “Nothing Was The Same”, was revealed in 2013; however, he shared a set of mixtapes in 2015: “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” and “What A Time To Be Alive”.