Artwork for the album was projected onto the side of a building in London
Drake has teased his highly anticipated new album ‘Views From The 6’ by projecting an image of some artwork onto a building in London.
The image, which was projected onto the side of the Royal Opera House in central London this evening (April 5) was initially reported to be the album’s official cover art by The FADER. However, a UK rep for Island Records later admitted that the label had made a mistake and that the image was not the cover for Drake’s fourth studio album.
The projection appeared at approximately 8.20pm local time. Drake’s latest single ‘Summer Sixteen’ features the same artwork, only with different colours.
Drake has made no secret of his love for London’s grime scene. He was recently made a member of Boy Better Know during his last trip to the capital for his BRIT Awards performance with Rihanna.
Drake shared two new songs yesterday (April 5), ‘Pop Style’ and ‘One Dance’, both of which are expected to feature on his upcoming album.
Pitchfork has reported that Drake’s album will be released “at the end of April”.