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Drake’s fourth studio album Views From The 6 is set to be released this Friday and we now have a death-defying look at the album cover.
Perched on top of the CN Tower, Drake appears to be wearing blue jeans and a brown sheepskin coat as his legs dangle over the side of the one of the world’s tallest buildings. Drake tweeted the album cover this weekend along with the message, “To the city I love and the people in it…Thank you for everything #VIEWS”.
The actor-turned-rapper has been busy promoting the new album by giving away free shirts at pop-up shops in LA, New York, Miami, and most recently, Toronto.
The 20-track album features the songs “Summer Sixteen”, “One Dance” and “Pop Style” as well as appearances from Jay Z and Kanye West and producing by longtime Drake collaborators and fellow Torontonians Noah ’40’ Shebib and Boi-1da.
Views From The 6 is set to drop Friday. Until then, we’ll keep looking at the album cover and hope it’s either photoshopped or really good at hiding the five safety harnesses we hope are attached to Drizzy in the pic.
— Drizzy (@Drake) April 25, 2016
In addition to the new album cover, Drake also dropped tour information this morning. Co-headlining with Future, The Summer Sixteen Tour kicks off July 20 in Austin and includes three Canadian dates, including Drake’s annual OVO Festival.
In its seventh year, Drake’s OVO Festival will this year include Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, and likely many surprise guests.