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Drake's 'More Life' Project Might Not Be an Apple Music Exclusive

We’ll find out in a couple of days.

For his last studio album, VIEWS, Drake decided to debut the project as an Apple Music exclusive. Drake has maintained a very close relationship with Apple in recent years, choosing to use the company’s Beats 1 radio service to broadcast the official OVO Radio program. However, as outlets such as HitsDailyDouble report, it looks like the Canadian superstar’s forthcoming More Life project will be available for listening via all streaming platforms come March 18. Scheduled to drop this weekend, More Life serves as Drake’s first multi-track offering since VIEWS dropped back in April of last year. Billed as more of a “playlist” than an actual, fully-formed studio album, More Life will feature contributions from Kanye West, Frank Dukes, London On Da Track, 40, Vinylz and other high-profile talents.

You can check out the entire HitsDailyDouble write-up on Drake’s forthcoming project here. Earlier this month, Drake joined Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne for a new joint single titled “No Frauds.”

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