Last night, an art projection appeared on the side of London's Royal Opera House. The FADER initially reported that the image is the artwork for the album, but Pitchfork reports it is another marketing tool in promotion for Drizzy's long-awaited album 'Views From the 6' that has previously appeared on buildings and billboards in Toronto. The same image (designed by Filip Pagowski, Commes Des Garçon) is also the cover art for Drake's Summer Sixteen, which he released in January.
Furthermore, a representative for Drake at Island Records has confirmed that the album will be out before the end of this month, despite Drake stating it would be out early April. On Tuesday, Drake released two more singles from the album; the Kanye West and Jay Z collaboration Pop Style, and the Wizkid and Kyla collaboration One Dance. For now, the songs are streaming on Apple Music (Pop Style is on Tidal, too) before a wider release on streaming sites next week.
Listen to Pop Style and One Dance on Apple Music.
Drake's Pop Style and One Dance are out now through Cash Money Records (buy).