Drake’s New Album “VIEWS” Launches Exclusively on Apple Music

Drake has launched his new album, VIEWS, exclusively on iTunes and Apple Music. The album is available for $13.99 CAD and contains 20 tracks, consisting of 1 hour and 22 minutes of music:

With immaculate vocal turns and sleek production, Views is Drake’s tour through the city that made him. A meticulous contrast to the off-the-cuff brilliance of recent mixtapes, he taunts adversaries with speaker-rattling anthems (“Hype,” “Still Here”), revisits his humble beginnings (“Weston Road Flows”), and rekindles the seductive chemistry with Rihanna (“Too Good”). Those extremes—the Caribbean warmth of “One Dance” and the icy lament of “Fire & Desire,” the unflinching vulnerability and unapologetic self-assurance—make Views a riveting victory lap from Toronto’s game-changing MC.

The Canadian rapper announced the launch on Instagram, where he shared an image of the album’s cover art, Drizzy himself sitting atop the CN Tower in Toronto, err…I mean, “The 6”.

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Earlier this week, it was reported Drake’s upcoming Summer Sixteen Tour will be sponsored by Apple Music, with tickets on sale starting tomorrow.

Click here to check out Views in iTunes and Apple Music.

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  • FragilityG4

    Of course it has been confirmed that he was photoshopped on the CN Tower ????

  • Jason

    anyone on here actually use the service? Currently im still on TuneIn debating if I should move to apple music or just start buying tracks off iTunes, stations on tunein keep dropping and odd ones keep getting added but its free so I use it. apple music seems like a good way to stay on top of new music and trending tracks, but you don’t own any of the songs saved for offline play. If you stop the service your left with nothing.

  • websnap

    I love it. Don’t need to buy music again. Someone casually mentions band, I just search and add it. Done. it has just about everything.

    It’s not perfect – no service is – but it’s the closest to it in my opinion.