Drake is once again setting trends in music, this time with an album of leaks and one-off tracks called the Dark Line Demo Tapes.
The release follows the massive success of his most recent single Toosie Slide, which recently became the fastest video to reach a billion views on TikTok.
Included on the LP are leaked tracks that have never been officially released, such as Pain 1993 and Demons.
He’s spoiling us.
Discussing the Dark Line Demo Tapes on Instagram, the star also teased his upcoming sixth studio album.
Drizzy wrote: ‘My brothers @oliverelkhatib @ovonoel put together a lot of the songs people have been asking for (some leaks and some joints from SoundCloud and some new vibes) DARK LANE DEMO TAPES out everywhere at midnight.
‘Also my 6th STUDIO ALBUM DROPPING SUMMER 2020!!! Lucky number 6 soon fwd. [sic]”
Last month, Drake spoke to fellow music icon Diddy on Instagram Live, revealing that coronavirus-induced lockdown had allowed him to perfect his newest music.
‘I’m working on the album,’ he said. ‘I’ve been working on it for a while now.Drake has released five studio albums so far (Picture: Paras Griffin/Getty Images)
‘I remember the last time I had to sit down was when I tore my ACL. And I made a great album out of that.
‘Obviously, God has us all inside the house right now sitting down, so the amount of focus I’m able to put into this album is probably way different than it would’ve been.
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‘Saying all that to say that, definitely, this is the most excited I’ve been about an album in a long time.
‘A lot of little stuff has been trickling out but all the stuff on the album is fresh. It’s brand new. I’m excited. This is probably the most music I’ve ever been sitting on.’
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