Drake Releases Updated ‘More Life’ Playlist Cover, Announces Release Date

Drake More Life

Drake More Life Playlist Project To Be Released March 18th

Drake is at it again. The rapper originally announced plans for a new project, a playlist titled, More Life back in October 2016. An Apple Music exclusive, the Drake More Life playlist project was originally set to be released in December.  Then 2017 came and we heard 40 was making edits and then we heard Kanye was making edits, but now the project seems like its finally ready to be revealed to the masses.

The Drake More Life playlist will be made available this coming Saturday, March 18th.

Drake revealed a slightly updated cover for the project via a post on his Instagram account.


Here’s what Drake had to say about the More Life playlist last year:

“I’m off like mixtapes, I want to do a playlist. I want to give you a collection of songs that become the soundtrack to your life, so this More Life: The Playlist. All original music from me. You might hear some tunes from the family on there. Just really excited. I had a great tour, I had a great summer. And most people would like go probably take a break, but for me I just want to get right back to it. Be with the people again. Boy Meets World Tour, coming up soon. UK, I’ll be there soon. Big up to UK massive. Everybody—Paris, Amsterdam, Sweden, anywhere we are touching down. But yeah, I just want to celebrate life. More life. That’s what we live by. That’s something we not take for granted.”

The Drake More Life playlist is expected to feature the singles, “Fake Love”, “Sneakin”” featuring 21 Savage and “Two Birds, One Stone”, which takes shots at Kid Cudi and Pusha T, and also speaks to Cash Money/Birdman with his “Free C5, how the f*ck you got the boss waiting” line.

40 is at the helm on production, but the playlist also features production from Kanye West, London on da Track and Vinylz among others.

The Drake More Life playlist will be released by Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records, and Republic Records.


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