One of the producers on "Views From the 6" took to Instagram recently to drop a subtle clue about Drake's forthcoming album. Noah "40" Shebib has been hard at work trying to finish the rapper's album and has often shared updates of him in the studio working on it.
On Friday, the producer provided fans with another cryptic update, posting a photo of a folder marked "VIEWS." The picture was immediately flooded with comments from fans wondering if Drake's album was finally complete.
According to Mic, Drake fans have been also been buzzing about a video that's been floating around Twitter that supposedly teases one of the songs from "Views From the 6." Listen to the snippet below.
Scary hours _ pic.twitter.com/dyR5JttZMY
— ITSBIZKIT (@itsbizkit) January 8, 2016
It appears the song is the title track from Drake's new album, and it originally leaked online in August 2014. BET reported at the time that the song is about Drake's past relationship with Rihanna and features a verse from rapper E Batt.
As previously reported, it's still not clear when fans will get "Views From the 6." There have been several rumors surrounding potential release dates, but none has been legit so far. The most recent rumor suggests that the album will drop Jan. 16 when Drake's "OVO Sound" radio show on Apple Music reportedly returns.
Even though there's a ton of speculation and gossip surrounding Drake's album, the rapper did confirm to fans during his New Year's Eve party last week that "Views From the 6" would be "coming very soon."