Just days before his new album is set to drop, Drake teases fans with the albums cover art.
The 29-year-old 6ix God sits on top of the CN Tower for his "Views From The 6" album cover. "To the city I love and the people in it...Thank you for everything #VIEWS," the rapper wrote in the photo's caption.
Despite original claims that the image was photoshopped, an OVO rep confirmed to Complex that the image was shot by Toronto native Caitlin Cronenberg who also took to twitter to verify her work.
So honoured to have shot Drake's new album cover! Proud to be from Toronto today and every day.… https://t.co/Jm9sdh4iE5— Caitlin Cronenberg (@caitcronenberg) April 25, 2016
In typical Drake fashion, it didn't take long before the image turned into a meme. From Drake on the Death Star to sitting on Meek Mills' shoulder, to chilling on top of a Trump Tower, Twitter users put their own Photoshop skills to use.
Drake is a meme master, he knew what we were going to do pic.twitter.com/9Axt4qQP90— Phillips? (@TheAlmightyJosh) April 25, 2016
drake: "ahhhhhhhhh"— R O G E R (@TheSuperoger) April 25, 2016
abel: "nooooo drake"
drake: "just hold on i'm coming home" pic.twitter.com/h6NchOIncP
In addition to the album cover, Drake also announced his "Summer Sixteen" tour with Future. In addition to two Toronto dates on July 31 and Aug. 1, the tour will also make a stop in Vancouver on Sept. 17. Tickets go on sale this Friday.
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