"You would think it's all mine the way I took it," raps Drake on "Faithful" from last year's Views release. The quote very much so describes the colossal impact of the OVO captain's blockbuster release and, perhaps more appropriately, his record-shattering 2016. On March 18th, he'll return for the taking with his next project More Life.
Originally expected to release in December, the project that Drizzy consistently refers to as a "playlist" is slated to drop this weekend. Just five months after teasing the "playlist project" with the records "Two Birds One Stone," "Fake Love" and "Sneakin'," the rapper announced More Life this weekend via a teaser that follows him throughout his Boys Meets World tour. The clip has since been viewed more than 1.8 million times.
In a January interview with University of Kentucky basketball coach John Caliper, the "Fake Love" rapper revealed that More Life was created to "to keep people excited, give people new music, let them know that I'm still hungry."
Expect guest appearances from UK rapper Giggs, who appeared on a preview track last month, and more from the OVO assembly line.