Drake dropped his fourth studio album, Views, on Thursday night. The album was released exclusively on iTunes and Apple Music following the deal he signed with Apple last summer.
Views is the third album released by Drake, 29, since February 2015 when he dropped a long mixtape, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late. He also released a joint album with Future called What a Time to Be Alive in September.
Find out how to listen, stream and download Views below.
Download ‘Views’ on iTunes and Stream on Apple Music
Drake released Views exclusively to Apple where it’s available for download in the iTunes store. The full album cost $13.99. Only two songs — “One Dance” featuring Wizkid & Kyla and “Hotline Bling” — are available for individual download at $1.29 each.
The latest album also has the most songs — 20 — of any Drake album. The cover features the rapper sitting on top of the CN Tower in Toronto, his hometown. The full album download also comes with a digital booklet.
Views is also available to stream on Apple Music. New users can sign up for a three-month free trial. After the trial ends, pay $9.99 per month or purchase the Family Plan (up to six members), which uses Family Sharing via iCloud, for $14.99. Payment is made through your Apple ID.
The Album Features Kanye West, Jay Z, Rihanna, Future and More
Drake worked with a number of great artists on this latest album. On the production side, he got in the studio with Kanye West, Boi1da, nineteen85 and 40. The latter he paid special tribute to on Instagram and thanked him for his contributions to the project.
Thanks you for dropping everything to work with me after we met and realized we had something special. Thank you for pushing yourself despite the fact you should be resting to achieve an end goal that we are both obsessed with. Thank you for listening to me vent and talking me off ledges. Thank you for talking me out of sending every good song I make to someone else. Thank you for reminding me that we set out to do something more than just have the biggest song in the club or the biggest song of the month.
The featured artists include Rihanna (“Too Good”), Future (“Grammys”), PartyNextDoor (“With You”), Pimp C and dvsn (“Faithful”) and Popcaan (“Controlla”). West and Jay Z are on the track “Pop Style” and referred together as “The Throne.”
Drake Goes on Tour Starting in July
Drake will co-headline the Summer Sixteen Tour with Future. Their first stop is on July 20 in Austin Texas at the Frank Erwin Center and wrap up in Vancouver on September 18 at Rogers Arena. Drake and Future will be joined by Roy Woods, dvsn and special guests along the way.
Tickets are on sale now.