How to buy and listen to Drake's 'More Life' on Amazon

Carla Harmon
March 21, 2017

Fans of the 6GOD have been waiting months for the new project, More Life, to be released.

The new "More Life" playlist dropped today (March 18) via on Spotify Amazon and Drake's OVO Radio show on Apple's Beat1 streaming radio services.

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The tracklist includes the likes of Kanye West, Young Thug, 2 Chainz, Quavo, Travis Scott, and Giggs.

Less than a year since his epic "Views" album (which he is still now touring in Europe), the Canadian rapper has released his latest collection of music. The playlist, which features 22 tracks, was made available to stream Saturday at 8:30 p.m. If the song that finally got him a no. 1 single was "One Dance", of course he'd push "Passionfruit" and "Madiba Riddim" next; of course he'd make this album.

Drake's new More Life is set to rock the Billboard 200 albums chart next week with the biggest debut of any album since his own Views last May and a new one-week streaming record.

As such, "More Life" finds Drake more willing than ever to surrender his spotlight.

"More Life" moves Drake further into his career while providing him an opportunity to reflect on his accomplishments and the highs and lows of fame. "Get It Together" isn't so much a duet with Jorja Smith as it is a Jorja Smith song with a side of Drake. "They smile in my face / Whole time they wanna take my place", he raps on "Fake Love".

Surprisingly, it may be Drake's fascination with United Kingdom grime that stands out most on "More Life". He plays it off like he's not even trying- the term playlist implies something fleeting, as if Drake is just trying to get this hour-and-half of music off his mind. The track also fits a recurring theme on the playlist, which sees Drake reflecting on his career and the difficulties associated with fame.

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