Bryson Tiller took to his Twitter page late last night to reveal him and Drake have been working in the studio on new music.
“started some vibes with Drake today. more life”
The collaboration(s) could possibly appear on Drizzy‘s upcoming More Life project, which will now be released in early 2017, after Bryson mentioned “more life” in his tweet.
Tiller could also end up getting a 6 God feature on the follow-up to his 2015 album, Trapsoul, due to also be released soon!
During yesterday’s episode of Beats 1 Radio’s OVO Sound Radio show, Drake‘s manager Oliver El-Khatib announced that More Life will now be dropping in early 2017 instead of at the end of this year like it was originally supposed to.
“More Life is coming at the top of 2017.”
Oliver didn’t share an explanation as to why the project was pushed back, but he did say: “stay tuned for some more updates”, so maybe we will find out soon!
The 6 God has already dropped 3 songs from More Life, which are “Sneakin’” featuring 21 Savage, “Two Birds One Stone“, and “Fake Love“.
Four months after being certified triple Platinum, the Recording Industry Association Of America (RIAA) have confirmed Drake‘s VIEWS album has now gone quadruple Platinum!
According to the RIAA, VIEWS surpassed 4 million sales on December 1st after it was first released on May 6th (digitally it was April 29th).
Congratulations to the 6 God on this amazing accomplishment. I wonder if Drizzy‘s upcoming More Life project be as successful as VIEWS when he drops it sometime this month?
For the second year in a row, Drake has been named Spotify‘s “Most Streamed Artist” after having over 4.7 billion streams on the streaming service this year alone.
As well as being named the most-streamed artist of 2016, Drizzy has the “Most Streamed Song” this year with his “One Dance” single (also the most-streamed song in the streaming service’s history) and the “Most Streamed Album” with Views.
You can check out Spotify‘s top lists of 2016 after the jump below!
The Weeknd recently did an interview with Zane Lowe on Beats 1 Radio to promote his new album, Starboy, available in stores now.
During their conversation, the singer chatted a little bit about Drake by revealing how thankful he is for showing the world his talent and supporting him.
Weeknd also hinted that him and Drizzy could release a collaboration album at one point! You can see what Abel said after the jump below!
Yesterday, Drake teased his and Kanye West‘s upcoming collaboration album by sharing the picture above on his Instagram page with a caption: “There goes the neighborhood”.
Yeezy‘s manager, Scooter Braun, also left a comment on the photo saying: “It begins…” with four clapping emojis and if anyone would know anything about the joint project, it would be Scooter.
This collaboration project from Drizzy and Kanye has been teased all throughout 2016 and more recently in the summer when West asked the crowd at OVO Fest if they are ready to hear a joint album from them, as well as when they added billboards up around Los Angeles.
The biggest confirmation of all comes from Kanye West when he mentioned in an interview in September that him and the 6 God are indeed working on an album together. As of right now, there is no release date for the project, but Drizzy Drake still plans to drop More Life in December!
Drake‘s latest album, VIEWS, has now spent 26 weeks in the top half of the Billboard 200 chart after debuting at No. 1 on the chart back in May.
According to Billboard, only 6 other albums have been able to do that since 1963. The project that has had the most weeks in the top five of the chart is Adele with her 21 album. That run was for 39 weeks, so do you think Drizzy can reach and surpass that?
The 6 God‘s 26 weeks in the top 5 of the Billboard 200 chart means he is equal with Eagles’ Hotel California album that dropped back in 1977. The other albums currently above him are Garth Brooks’ Ropin’ The Wind, Whitney Houston’s The Bodyguard, Stevie Wonder’s Songs In The Key Of Life, and Michael Jackson’s Bad!