With Drake's Views From the 6 album arriving at some point this month, the official artwork for the project may have just popped up in London. According to Fader, the "6" image that Drake used for his "Summer Sixteen" artwork, will also be used for the album cover, though Drake, nor reps for the OVO rapper were able to confirm this right now. The projection in London is similar to images Drake used recently in Toronto to promote the album, and Fader is reporting that Island Records has confirmed that the image will be the cover of his fourth studio project. Again, there has been no confirmation from Drake, OVO, or reps for the label on if this is true. Fader has since deleted their tweets, and Pitchfork is reporting that it is indeed not the cover, as expected.
This rumored news comes just one day after Drake released two brand new songs—"Pop Style" with Jay Z and Kanye West and "One Dance"—that will presumably be featured on the project when it drops later this month. You can check out the rumored artwork below and we'll continue to update this story as more details are made available.