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UPDATE 5/1/2016 10:57 PM: Check out the album booket for VIEWS via October's Very Own. Physical copies of the album will likely be available this week.
UPDATE 4/28/16 7:15 PM: 40 just shared the full production credits for VIEWS.
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Below, Drake also cleverly shared the features on his album by Photoshopping himself on photos. So far, dvsn, Rihanna, Popcaan, Pimp C, Wizkid, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and Future are on the album.
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UPDATE 4/27/16 4:38PM: Drake just shared the official tracklist, which you can see below. The album includes "One Dance," "Pop Style," as well as "Hotline Bling" as a bonus. "Faithful" and "Controlla," which previously leaked online, are also featured. As of now, no features have been listed yet.
Read the original story below published on 4/24/16.
Drake is hosting a final pop-up shop with Beats By Dre in Toronto today to promote Views From the 6. While in his hometown, Drizzy stopped by the Queen Street West location to thank fans for waiting in line to receive a free Views tee. He also made a blockbuster announcement that he’ll be unveiling the official album artwork later this evening.
Fans have only been getting an idea of Drake’s art direction through his ads on large billboards and in a local airport around Toronto. He's also expanded overseas with a teaser projected on a wall in London.
His single artwork for “Summer Sixteen” is done by Filip Pagowski, who is famous for the COMME des GARÇONS Play logo. Conversely, his album cover finds him at the highest point of the CN Tower looking out. The photographer is Caitlin Cronenberg. The art direction is done by Nicky Orenstein. A few days after Drake shared the cover, the official CN Tower Twitter account confirmed what most people already knew, and said that Drake wasn't actually on top of the building.
Drake’s Views From the 6 is due out April 29. You can watch the trailer for the album here.