While many of Drake’s peers are teaming up with Tidal, the music streaming service owned by Jay Z, his loyalty clearly still lies with Apple. And that’s probably not too surprising, given that Drake backed Apple Music on stage when it got its first unveiling.
“Views” is Drake’s fourth studio album, and it comes just one year after “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late,” which also made its debut on iTunes without warning. The album includes Drake’s latest single, “One Dance,” featuring Wizkid and Kyla.
“The album is based around the changing of the seasons in our city,” Drake told Zane Lowe during a recent interview on Beats 1. “It’s a very unique place: You start to value your days a lot more, when seven months are spent in the icy cold.”
“Views” also contains tracks featuring Rihanna, Future, Pimp C, and others. At the time of writing this post, it has a 4.5-star rating on the U.S. iTunes Store after over 5,200 reviews.
You can listen to “Views” for free if you’re an Apple Music subscriber, or you can buy it outright with the digital booklet for $13.99. Follow the link below to find it.