The new album, which has already been teased in the rapper's track '0 to 100', is expected to be released in spring 2015.
Drake's upcoming album has already had an official title. According to Billboard, the rapper's fourth studio effort, which will serve as the follow-up to last year's "Nothing Was the Same", would be called "Views From the 6". It's still unclear what the title means, but it may be a reference to Toronto's 416 and 647 area codes.
Drizzy has teased the new LP in his song called "0 to 100" which he debuted earlier this year. "We already got spring 2015 poppin'/ PND droppin'/ Reps-Up P droppin'/ Majid Jordan droppin'/ OB droppin'/ Not to mention me droppin'," he raps in the track, hinting that his next full-length will arrive in spring 2015.
Despite already announcing a title, Drake hasn't started working on the project yet due to a number of upcoming commitments. On July 16, he is set to host the ESPYs on ESPN. He'll later help release two projects off his OVO Sound imprint on July 29 and headline his annual OVOFest alongside OutKast in early August.
After the fest, he's scheduled to embark on his joint tour with Lil Wayne, which is set to run from August 8 through September 27.