Drake announces new album 'Views From The 6'

He has previously said he will be releasing his fouth album in spring 2015

Drake announces new album 'Views From The 6'

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Drake has revealed the title of his upcoming fourth album, 'Views From The 6'.

Billboard released the name of the record today. Earlier this year Drake teased the release of his next LP in a new song called '0 To 100'.

Scroll down to listen to the track, which sees Drake saying that the follow up to 2013's 'Nothing Was The Same' will get a spring 2015 release. "We already got spring 2015 poppin'/PND droppin'/Reps-Up P droppin'/Majid Jordin droppin'/OB droppin'/not to mention me droppin'," he raps on the track.



Earlier this week Drake contributed a guest verse to PARTYNEXTDOOR's track 'Recognize', which you can listen to below.



Drake's latest album 'Nothing Was The Same' came out on September 24 last year and debuted at Number One on the US Billboard 200 albums chart and at Number Two on the UK's Official Albums Chart – Drake's highest position yet in the UK.

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