Drake's Views From the 6 has finally made it to the home stretch. On his OVO Radio show in January, the rapper confirmed that his long-awaited fourth studio album would be released in early April, ending a lengthy saga of speculation. Since announcing Views in late 2014, Drizzy has seemingly been hard at work on everything but the project: he dropped his surprise mixtape If You're Reading This It's Too Late, feuded with Meek Mill on wax, and even linked up with Future for What a Time to Be Alive.

If the scorching lead single "Summer Sixteen" is indicative of the album's vibe, Views could be packed with saucy diss tracks and tantalizing collaborations. But other than a bulk of cryptic Instagram posts and tweets, many details about the album and those involved are still frustratingly murky. To put everything into perspective and map the project's progression, we've compiled all the confirmed facts and rousing rumors about Drizzy's highly anticipated follow-up to 2013's Nothing Was the Same. Sit tight, we're almost home. The 6 God is watching.