Drake’s ‘Views From the 6′ Album May Drop in January Read More: Drake's 'Views From the 6' Album May Drop in January
Drake’s highly anticipated album, Views From the 6, may be here as soon as January.
Daily Rap tweeted a 20-second video that seems to be a promotional clip for the forthcoming LP. The clip seems pretty legit, including the album title name, a sketch of Drizzy and a mysteriously message. The note reads, “The 6 is watching. Hope you’re ready to face him,” and ends with a Jan. 6 2016 date. Based on this, it seems quite probable that the 6 God’s fourth studio album will hit shelves after the New Year. The project will be a follow up to 2013’s Nothing Was the Same. This year was pretty big for the TDot native, as he dominated the charts with If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late and his collaborative effort with Future, What a Time to Be Alive.
XXL has reached out to Drake’s camp to verify the tweets details, but a representative would not confirm or deny any release date.
Just last week, he posted a photo on IG of a random billboard that popped up in Toronto. The ad reads, “The 6 [God] Is Watching,” with Drake writing “Be home soon” in the caption underneath it. Other than that, Drizzy has been extremely low with regards to VFT6 details. Aside from the mysterious hints, the only other thing we know is that Beyonce will be featured on the LP, and that Drake’s “days of releasing lay-up bangers that everyone loves right away are over,” according to an interview he did this summer. Thankfully, the Young Money rapper’s two projects from this year have kept fans at bay as we await the new album.