He may have made the world wait long enough, but Drake's More Life is finally here.
The Canadian rapper unveiled his latest project, officially titled A Playlist by October Firm, on his OVO radio show on Beats 1 on Saturday (18Mar17).
You can stream More Life below via Spotify, and help Drake keep breaking records.
The album also features English rappers Giggs and Skepta as well as U.S. hip hop stars 2 Chains, Young Thug, PARTYNEXTDOOR and a briefly, Lil Wayne.
The previously released track Fake Love also appears on the project, however Two Birds, One Stone and Sneakin', featuring Atlanta rapper 21 Savage, don't appear on the playlist.
Conspicuosly missing in the playlist was the collabo, Hush Up the Silence, between Drake and Nigeria's worldwide entertainer, Wizkid.
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While the song is about another former love, the star raps 'I drunk text J-Lo/ Old number, so it bounce back'. Also contributing to Drake's streaming success is his back catalogue which shows no signs of slowing down. On the official release, however, she's replaced by another vocalist entirely (British singer Jorja Smith).
Immediately following, More Life was available on competing streaming sites but commercially windowed on iTunes for an unspecified period expected to be no longer than two weeks.
I mean, based on his side-eye to the camera, this might be the happiest Drake has ever been or will ever be.
Stream More Life right here and listen to "Lose You", "Free Smoke", "Do Not Disturb" and "Can't Have Everything", the songs in question, below.
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Her 1999 debut hit "If You Had My Love" is also sampled on "Teenage Fever". He resurrects a fast-paced flow that fans will relievedly recognize, delivering a mea culpa to his longtime followers, asking, "Did I lose you, did I?" He has earned a reputation for amplifying other musicians through remixing, ghostwriting, and sampling, but "More Life" is the most pronounced extension of that tendency to date.