With no official release date on tap, Drake's highly-anticipated More Life playlist could drop any day now. According to Drizzy's right-hand man and producer, Noah "40" Shebib, they are finishing up on the release.

40 subtly revealed the news while congratulating his friend on opening a restaurant. "Shout out my long time brother Ziggy who just opened his new place. 🙏🏼🙏🏼 Zig I'll be there asap just got to finish More Life 🌊 ~~~Ziggy's Middle Eastern 792 Bathurst ~~~ 🇱🇧🇱🇧🇱🇧 cc: @champagnepapi," he captioned a picture of the new eatery on Instagram.

Fans got the major pump fake yesterday (March 4), when one of Drake's Instagram posts got misconstrued as meaning the album was dropping.

The post in question was a hand-written letter in Swedish. Aubrey was in Sweden on his Boy Meets World Tour. “Om du över sätter det här är det försent,” it read, which translates to, “If you’re reading/translating this, it’s too late.”

But, under what appears to be the 6 God’s signature are the words “More Life” and the date “March 4.” Drake later deleted the post when fans started to assume that meant the album was coming out.

We did get some information on the players involved in the project. According to Drake's iTunes bio, The Weeknd will be part of the new release, as well as producers Boi-1da, Nineteen85 and Maneesh Bidaye.

When it drops is anyone's guess.

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