A tribute to his Canadian hometown.

Drake has shared the artwork for his hotly-anticipated new album Views From The Six, ahead of its Friday (April 29) release date.

In typical Drizzy fashion, the image – which sees the rapper perched on top of the CN tower, one of the main attractions in his native Toronto – has already become a meme. See a selection, along with the original artwork, below.

Views will include beats from Drake’s longtime collaborator Noah “40” Shebib, as well as Boi-1da and Nineteen85, aka producer Paul Jefferies. Both guests have lent a hand to two singles that have already been released, ‘Pop Style’ and the UK funky house-inspired ‘One Dance’, featuring Wizkid and Kyla.

Drake’s fourth studio album will be an Apple Music exclusive.

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Watch the album trailer:



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