Drake’s ‘More Life’ Finally Arrives: Stream

Christina Lee | March 18, 2017 7:49 pm
"No Frauds" Live
Nicki Minaj's Remy Ma diss got its live debut during Drake's Boy Meets World tour concert.

Drake‘s More Life has arrived. He premiered it on his Beats 1 show OVO Sound today (March 18) before it hit streaming services.

This latest full-length — not an album or a mixtape, but a “playlist of all original music” — was announced back in October with “Two Birds One Stone,” “Sneakin'” featuring 21 Savage and “Fake Love.” Of those tracks, however, only “Fake Love” made the final cut, which Drake only finished last week.

More Life also sees Drake reuniting with Kanye West (“Glow”) Quavo, Travi$ Scott (“Portland”), 2 Chainz, Young Thug (“Sacrifices”) and PARTYNEXTDOOR (“Since Way Back”). Lil Wayne and Skepta make brief cameos, while an uncredited Sampha is featured on “4422.” New-to-Drake collaborators include UK hip-hop fixture Giggs, as well as DJ Black Coffee and Jorja Smith in standout “Get It Together.”

The rumors were also true, sorta — Jennifer Lopez is featured, though only via a sample of “If You Had My Love” on “Teenage Fever.”

Was More Life worth the wait? Stream it and weigh in at the comments below.

Keep up with more pop music news by hitting us up on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.