UPDATE: Drake indeed came through with new music tonight, dropping "Summer Sixteen," a new single off his upcoming album Views from the 6. During tonight's episode, he revealed the album in April.
Drake managed to dominate 2015 without dropping an "official" album, but with a new year upon us, it seems that Views From The 6, the proper follow-up to 2013's Nothing Was The Same, is finally on its way.When Drake comes through with some news in the owl hour
During his NYE party in Miami last week, Drake hinted that his highly anticipated Views From The 6 album would be “coming very soon,” and more evidence just turned up Friday night to further validate his statement.
Last year was amazing for hip hop. There were new sounds popping up all over the country and no shortage of albums, mixtapes, and projects to feast your ears on. From the West Coast renaissance to Atlanta's overall dominance, 2015 was awesome, straight up.
A seemingly fake/fan-made video was circulating the web recently, purporting a release date for Drake's Views From The 6. The January release date doesn't seem too far-fetched, however there hasn't been any confirmation or response from Drizzy's side.
We didn't get a new Drake project yesterday, but we pretty much got the next best thing. During OVO Sound's debut Beats 1 radio show, Champagne Papi premiered three new songs (most of them remixes) amidst sets by Oliver El Khatib and Eric Dingus.
Hype for Drake's forthcoming album Views From The 6 builds up a bit everyday, and today that hype came courtesy of a Drake post on Instagram that featured a picture of songtress Willow Smith accompanied with the cryptic and intriguing caption, "Young
Over the weekend Drake popped up in our news feed when we found out about Drizzy's desire to do some battle rap, specifically, he told Murda Mook he'd like to battle him. According to Mook, it was in all seriousness.
Drake's growing OVO roster will have a busy year, having already announced upcoming projects for Majid Jordan and PARTYNEXTDOOR, we now have the title of Drizzy's studio album to follow up Nothing Was The Same-- Views From The 6.