Drake Pushes His ‘More Life’ Project Back to 2017
No end-of-year magic for Aubrey
Drake’s More Life “playlist” project is now pushed back to 2017, according to his manager Oliver El-Khatib, who just revealed the news on OVO Sound Radio on Beats1. Back in October, Drake himself announced that the project, which as opposed to a proper studio album would be a ‘life soundtrack’ of sorts, would be out sometime this month.
Oliver just announced ‘More Life’ is now coming at the top of 2017 pic.twitter.com/XTpyu4OFvK
— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) December 10, 2016
Outside of its artwork, which features a portrait of his Memphis-bred father, Drake hasn’t revealed many details about More Life, but certainly caused a stir when he initially announced it. On top of dropping three songs from the project, including “Fake Love,” which shot up to #10 on the Billboard Hot 100, Drake appeared to send searing disses to Kid Cudi and Pusha T on another cut, “Two Birds, One Stone.” In addition, he released “Sneakin,” a London On Da Track-produced cut that features 21 Savage.
More details could potentially be unveiled during tonight’s episode of OVO Sound Radio, which features a guest mix from DJ Premier and can be streamed here.