In the wee hours of Monday morning, Drake revealed the album artwork to his forthcoming album ‘Views From The 6’, which is due for release on Apple Music this Friday. The album and its title make reference to his hometown Toronto, Canada (rechristened ‘The 6’ by none other than Drake himself) and Drake has continued that trend with the album’s artwork which features an image of the gigantic CN Tower in downtown Toronto.
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But who is that right at the top? Oh look, it’s Drake just perched on the edge of a 553 metre high structure. We’re in the camp that fully believes Drake enjoys being an internet sensation (see: ‘Hotline Bling’) because the little Drake perched at the top of the CN Tower is just begging to be given the Photoshop treatment.
And lo and behold, it has happened. Within hours of sharing the cover on Instagram, internet pranksters and Photoshop wizards had a bit of fun with the picture.
This Seinfeld parody account shopped Drake on top off the gang’s usual haunt, Tom’s Restaurant
Norm Kelly, a Canadian politician and pal of the rapper shared this image of him joining Drizzy at the top of the CN Tower
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Someone managed to include a Meek Mill diss
The ‘Crying Jordan’ meme also made a predictable appearance
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As did Beyoncé, who released her monstrous album ‘Lemonade’ on Sunday
Here, Drake assembled all the Twitter memes of the moment for ‘Views From The Memes’
Someone made a game of ‘Where’s Drizzy?’ for us to play. Yes, we did waste a while trying to spot him.
But one guy gave Sherlock Holmes a run for his money and gave us the confirmation we needed about whether Drake actually went to the top of the tower for the photo
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Nah, didn’t think so either.