Drake took to Instagram yesterday to let fans know about the date for his upcoming release Views From The 6 or at least that’s what everyone thinks. The photo featured a Toronto VIEWS billboard and had the caption “APRIL.” Prior to this post the last buzz about Views From The 6 came from Noah “40” Shebib in February stating, “We’re getting very, very close. The time will come when Drake’s ready to pull the trigger.”Apparently April is when Drizzy is planning to pull the trigger. Flowers will be blooming, people will be sneezing because of pollen, but what matters most is that people will be bumping to that new Drake.
Views From The 6 serves as a follow up to his surprise release If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late and his collaboration project with Future,What A Time To Be Alive. Unlike his partner on WATTBA, Drake hasn’t been dropping project after project. It’s not like he has to do though with “Hotline Bling” and its covers/reinterpretations still making waves, along with “Jumpman” and “Werk” playing on the radio.
Views From The 6 will be dropping during festival season so some of you may be wondering about a tour and OVO Fest already. Will he be able to beat the Meek Mill Powerpoint? And if so, how? Who will be featured on the project? Will it be anyone whose been featured or premiered music on OVO Radio? So many questions. So many views, or at least we hope so.
Peep the photo for yourself below.
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