The picture of Drake’s new album Views From the 6 is finally becoming clearer. The Toronto rapper went on Twitter today (April 27) to reveal the official tracklist for his highly anticipated LP.
While the tracklist does not reveal any of the guests or producers involved, Drake shows that his new album will feature 20 tracks. One of those songs is his 2015 hit single “Hotline Bling,” which is listed as a bonus cut.
With the album’s release quickly approaching, it makes sense for Drake to add to the hype by unveiling the tracklist. Views From the 6 is scheduled to premiere this Thursday (April 28) at 10 PM EST on the Beats 1 show OVO Sound Radio. After that, it is expected to go up on Apple Music.
Drake’s Views From the 6 rollout is not set to play out like Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo did with Tidal. Apple Music will only have the OVO boss’ album as an exclusive for a week before it receives a wider release. The LP will become available on other streaming services like Spotify on May 6.
Following the release of the new album, Drake’s next big move is a summer tour of North America with Future. The Summer Sixteen tour is scheduled to kick off in late July. Check out the full list of dates below.
July 20 Austin, Texas – Frank Erwin Center
July 21 Dallas, Texas – American Airlines Center
July 23 Kansas City, Mo. – Sprint Center
July 24 St. Paul, Minn. – Xcel Energy Center
July 26 Chicago, Ill. – United Center
July 27 Chicago, Ill. – United Center
July 31 Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre
Aug. 1 Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre
Aug. 4 New York, N.Y. – Madison Square Garden
Aug. 5 New York, N.Y. – Madison Square Garden
Aug. 10 Boston, Mass. – TD Garden
Aug. 12 Buffalo, N.Y. – First Niagara Center
Aug. 13 Columbus, Ohio – Nationwide Arena
Aug. 14 Nashville, Tenn. – Bridgestone Arena
Aug. 16 Detroit, Mich. – Joe Louis Arena
Aug. 17 Pittsburgh, Pa. – CONSOL Energy Center
Aug. 19 Washington, D.C. – Verizon Center
Aug. 21 Philadelphia, Pa. – Wells Fargo Center
Aug. 23 Greensboro, N.C. – Greensboro Coliseum Complex
Aug. 25 Atlanta, Ga. – Philips Arena
Aug. 27 Tampa, Fla. – Amalie Arena
Aug. 30 Miami, Fla. – American Airlines Arena
Sept. 2 New Orleans, La. – Smoothie King Center
Sept. 3 Houston, Texas – Toyota Center
Sept. 4 Houston, Texas – Toyota Center
Sept. 6 Phoenix, Ariz. – Talking Stick Resort Arena
Sept. 7 Los Angeles, Calif. – Staples Center
Sept. 9 Los Angeles, Calif. – Staples Center
Sept. 11 Las Vegas, Nev. – T-Mobile Arena
Sept. 13 Oakland, Calif. – Oracle Arena
Sept. 16 Tacoma, Wash. – Tacoma Dome
Sept. 17 Vancouver, British Columbia – Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena