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

20 March 2017

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. That's as old school as the project goes, though, as there's actually no physical copy of the album to be had.

According to the UNCONFIRMED credits, "More Life" will feature guest appearances by Kanye West, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Young Thug, Travis Scott and 2 Chainz.

This has lead fans to argue that "More Life" isn't technically an album in the traditional sense. But perhaps the difference between the poorly reviewed Views and More Life, which Twitter welcomed as a return to form for the rapper, has as much to do with its framing as with its songs.

Stream Drake's More Life playlist project below on Spotify.

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Speaking on Beats 1 Radio past year, Drake said he wants More Life to "provide a soundtrack to your life".

The previously released track "Fake Love" will also appear on the project. "Passionfruit", for example, adopts an upbeat dancehall vibe. In that opening track, he endearingly admits "I still drunk text J.Lo", a reference to his brief romance with Jennifer Lopez.

Within days, a clip of their presumed collaboration Get It Together leaked online.

Later in the playlist, he samples her 1999 debut single, "If You Had My Love", on the aptly-titled "Teenage Fever". If you let him tell it, Drake is not a rapper, and his latest batch of music is neither mixtape nor album.

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