Drake releases new project 'More Life' featuring Sampha and Skepta

Drake releases new project 'More Life' featuring Sampha and Skepta

Drake releases new project 'More Life' featuring Sampha and Skepta

There's no fake-Jamaican patois, gloomy tales of fame or any other Views-era Drake gimmicks on this track, one of his few new tracks that could feasibly fit at home on any of his previous releases.

Aside from Apple, More Life is also available on Tidal and Spotify. And what songs on the project go the hardest?

Lastly, there's speculation that More Life will fulfill his five-album deal with Cash Money.

Drake has finally delivered More Life, but he hasn't necessarily handed us all the answers.

That's because this project may mark a turning point in the entertainer's evolution.

Drake - who has repeatedly found success with works he defined as playlists - has described "More Life" as a loose collection of tracks to bridge the gap between major releases. "Passionfruit", for example, adopts an upbeat dancehall vibe. Thanks to the OVO Firm and, of course, Drake's love for music and pop culture, we grabbed up the familiar and fresh sounds and compiled them here for you to listen.

Drake's rumored paramour Jennifer Lopez immediately establishes a presence on the album, thanks to his allusion to drunk-texting her seconds into More Life's first track.

Later in the playlist, he samples her 1999 debut single, "If You Had My Love", on the aptly-titled "Teenage Fever".

Photo of Drake courtesy of Apple Music. Fuck that shit. Hold on, I got to start this mothafuckin' record over again, wait a minute.

"I know it's taken me a while, but I'm going to the hotel tonight to finish this More Life s**t, so I can give it to you as soon as possible", he told the crowd.

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