The countdown is on for Drake’s highly-anticipated Views From The 6 album. The Canadian rapper’s fourth solo LP, a follow-up to 2013’s Nothing Was the Same, drops exclusively on Apple Music and iTunes in 5 days this Friday at midnight. After making a surprise appearance at his VIEWS pop-up shop in Toronto, Drizzy unveils the official album cover.
“To the city I love and the people in it…Thank you for everything #VIEWS,” says Drake in a message tweeted with the official artwork shot by Caitlin Cronenberg (art directed by Nicky Orenstein), where he is sitting on the edge of Toronto’s CN Tower.
Details surrounding Drake’s long-awaited Views From the 6 are scarce. To this point, the 29-year-old has released the songs “Summer Sixteen,” “One Dance” featuring Kyla and WizKid, and “Pop Style” with The Throne aka Kanye West and Jay Z.
Along with some cryptic tweets by Future on Sunday evening (Apr. 24) possibly revealing a “Summer Sixteen” tour is coming, Drake announced at the Beats By Dre-sponsored pop-up event that Views From the 6 will contain 20 songs.