Drake will be taking a different direction for his third album. According to MTV, Drizzy’s relocation to Los Angeles has him thinking a different approach for his next LP.

"There's just so much going on for me in the U.S. that I recently made the move to L.A.," Drizzy told MTV. "It's a new atmosphere, getting to know new people. It's going to be a very interesting album.

“"I think that my mood will be reflected in the tempos that I choose for the music," Drake added of his next LP during a conference call earlier in the week. "A lot of Take Care, it's down, a lot of it's down and I think a lot of that had to do with being back home in Toronto and getting reacquainted with the life I had before and the difficulties of that, but at the same time trying to express excitement and trying to express joy."

A lot of his sophomore album, Take Care, took on a slower even more somber tone, but Drizzy promises a 180-degree turn for this project.

"Now I'm kind of in a very, very, very, very different place than I've ever been," the YMCMB star. "I think it will be conceptually one of the best projects that I've ever worked on because there's so many new things going on in my life. Everybody knows when it's new, that's when I thrive."

Previously, Drake revealed that he has recorded songs with Meek Mill and 2 Chainz, two of the artists included on his Club Paradise Tour.—Jakinder Singh