Drake Just Dropped A New Mixtape Called If You're Reading This It's Too Late
On 13 February 2015
That's a big surprise! Just hours after the debut of short film called Jungle, Drake has taken all of us by surprise and announced a brand new 17-track mixtape.
On Thursday night, it was Drake who posted a message to his 20.7 million Twitter followers announcing the release of “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late”. But the surprise album is only a precursor to his highly anticipated Views From The 6 full length record which is set to be released later this year. The new mixtape includes 17 tracks and features Lil Wayne, Travi$ Scott and PARTYNEXTDOOR.
The mixtape is available on iTunes and SoundCloud.
The release comes just hours after the debut of short film called “Jungle” that gives viewers a tour of Toronto from Drake’s perspective. Jungle is neither music video nor documentary. August Brown of the Los Angeles Times described it as “something more impressionist and interior.”
The short film starts with Drake scarmbling into a car and looking out the window. "Shit's just crazy man, the whole energy out here is just changing, you know. It's just getting dark, man, quick," Drake says as the car weaves up into the Hollywood Hills. He adds moments later: "I'm drinking more. I'm smoking more. We're out here staying up so late that it's early, like fuck. I'm not losing it though; I'm just venting. I'm not worried. It's already too late for these guys, trust me. I'm just more worried about myself. You know? I just gotta come home."
Watch here THE JUNGLE:
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