Vinyl copies of Drake's last three albums will ship next month, on Drake's birthday. He has also unveiled the new OVO app.
The 24th of next month is the birthdate of October's Very Own. Drake will use the occasion to release each of his last three projects on vinyl. You can head to his online store to order the vinyl editions of VIEWS, What a Time to Be Alive -- his joint album with Future, and If You're Reading This It's Too Late. The vinyls will be not be shipped until Oct. 24.
As both VIEWS and If You're Reading This It's Too Late are double LPs, they each can be bought for $34.98, whereas What a Time to Be Alive is available for the lesser price of $19.98. The vinyl editions of all three albums can be bought in a special bundle package for $74.98. In April, Drake revealed that he had created vinyl copies of his first two mixtapes, 2006's Room for Improvement and 2007's Comeback Season, though neither of those LPs has yet been made available for wider purchase.
The news of the latest vinyl series arrives as OVO has unveiled its new iPhone app, which is now available for free to users in the US and Canada. The app allows fans to shop for the latest in OVO fashion and merchandise -- it's amazing how much there is to choose from, though none of it comes cheap. See a promo video for the app, via Drake's Instagram, below.