Combining the two images, it's pretty clear Drake's a big fan of Drive, the '80s synth-and-violence drenched Nicolas Winding film starring Ryan Gosling. What is presumed to be the lead single off the project, "God's Plan" is now one of the hottest songs in the country. They are also known to be very calculated in their actions, which further supports people's theory that this latest album title is indeed a nod to his astrological affiliation. Despite the fact that it's been less than a few hours since the announcement, it looks like his album is already certified to receive a plaque upon its release. The rapper's latest single, "Nice For What" helped him make history on the Billboard Hot 100 as the first artist to ever replace their number one single with another song that debuted at the top.
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No yet word if "Nice For What" and "God's Plan" will be on the new album, but watch the videos for both of those below. The week prior, the 6 God became the only male leading act with two 10-week runs atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
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He's been teasing the album, which he's been recording in his home, for a little while: More Life ends with the line "I'll be back 2018 to give you the summary", for starters.
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"Nice for What" made its debut on the chart at number one Monday and is now Drake's fifth Hot 100 #1 song.