OVO Sound leader Drake may reportedly add a last-minute change to his highly-anticipated Views From The 6 with a collaboration from grime musician Skepta.
According to Skepta, fans could hear them team up on a Views track.
“We’re trying to do something for his record,” Skepta revealed in an interview this week. “It makes more sense to be on his record rather than mine.” (Beats 1)
This week, Drake announced a surprise New York City pop-up shop in support of the upcoming album.
Drake die-hards fell in line spanning three blocks of New York City’s Chinatown wrapping around Bowery and Grand Street for a glimpse of Drake. What they left with was a white wristband and a T-shirt that read “Views” instead. Instead of Aubrey Graham, approximately 800 people had fallen in line for one of the 1,000 tees available, according to a New York police officer on-site. (Billboard)
The rap star’s long-awaited Views album is expected to arrive later this month as an initial Apple Music exclusive.
When Drake releases his long-awaited album Views From The 6 on April 29, you’ll only be able to hear it in one place: Apple Music. However, the exclusive is not going to last: After seven days, the album will go to other platforms, BuzzFeed News has confirmed. (Buzz Feed)
Drizzy treated his 30.8 million Twitter followers to a 30-second teaser clip for the album earlier this month.
— Drizzy (@Drake) April 10, 2016