Noah “40” Shebib Hints That Drake’s ‘Views From the 6′ Album Is Complete
Drake's forthcoming album Views From The 6 has been a hot topic since the OVO Sound rapper announced the project last year. Could we be close to getting the LP soon? Drizzy's in-house producer Noah "40" Shebib might have just hinted such.
Aubrey's right-hand-man took to Instagram Friday (Jan. 8) and posted a somewhat cryptic photo that simply shows a file that is named "Views." In the caption, Shebib only placed a folder Emoji adding to the secretiveness of the post.
This could mean the album is finally complete. Back in November, a promotional clip surfaced that hinted that the album would be dropping in January 2016. A note on the video reads, “The 6 is watching. Hope you’re ready to face him,” and ends with a January 6, 2016 date. That date has come and passed without the album dropping but we are within days of the projected mark. There is also talk that he'll release the album around NBA All-Star weekend in Toronto.
Not too much is known about the album beside the uber-popular single "Hotline Bling." Drizzy teased a snippet of a new track a few months back and there is also word that there may be a Timbaland collab on the project.
This tidbit from 40 has curious timing as Kanye West announced the release date of his forthcoming album Swish the same day.
This will be the follow up to 2013’s Nothing Was the Same. Drizzy has of course dropped two mixtapes between that time in last year's If You're Reading This It's Too Late and the Future collab What A Time To Be Alive.
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