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Drake's 'More Life' Project Ticketed For February Release

The most popular artist on the planet is gearing up to release his first "playlist project."
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Last November, shortly after announcing the initial set of dates for his Boy Meets World international tour, Drake revealed plans to release a 'playlist project' entitled More Life in December. Instead of delivering a new project, however, Drake hooked up with 21 Savage, took shots at Kid Cudi and Pusha T and actually delayed the start of his tour.

On Saturday (January 28), one week later than he initially had planned, Drake finally kicked off his 35-show trek at Amsterdam venue Ziggo Dome, where he shared some exciting news with concertgoers.

"You know what the good news is," Drake asked the crowd. "I know we got a few more shows in Amsterdam, right? The best part about that is, if you comin' back to any more shows, More Life is going to be out, we can just do some new shit, know what I'm saying?"

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For those of you who don't have your Drake Boy Meets World Tour digital flyer handy, the OVO head honcho's next show in Amsterdam is Sunday, February 26. Drake will also conclude the tour with two additional Amsterdam shows on March 27 and 28—man, Drizzy loves the Netherlands—but if he doesn't let loose More Life until the end of March, that would mean attendees at his first show who planned on returning February 26, would not be able to see him perform new material.

Drake is a lot of things—apolitical, popular, a savior—but he's not a liar. More Life will be arriving within the next month, book it.

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