To whom much is given, much is required and Hip-Hop’s reigning king, Drake seems to always fulfill his musical obligations. In 2016, Views broke numerous records (Most weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, Most streamed arts on Spotify, etc.) and now we find ourselves in the midst of Drake season again with his sixth album, “More Life.” This album also is his last under his contract with Cash Money Records.
The world practically goes into panic mode every time Drake releases a new project and judging by Twitter, this time is no different. Since Drizzy’s first album, “Thank Me Later”, he’s been experimenting with a plethora of sounds ranging from hip-hop to reggae. Noah “40” Shebib has played the role of Quincy Jones on every single project Drake has dropped and he has yet to disappoint in the production lane especially with the heavy soca and calypso influences on More Life. Drake manages to also squeeze some bars in here and there on certain tracks.
Nothings Into Somethings
Can’t Have Everything
More Life is not an album, but a playlist, as indicated by Drake himself. He delivered a playlist for all occasions so be expecting to hear More Life for the next six months from every phone, car, and Instagram post from social media celebrities.