Drake’s ‘More Life’ Will Be Available on Multiple Streaming Platforms
Drake's More Life playlist will not be an Apple exclusive. Listeners can rest easy if they are subscribed to streaming services other than Apple Music. The project, which is scheduled to drop on Saturday (March 18), is going to be available on a variety of streaming platforms.
A source close to Amazon confirmed that More Life will be available on their service, according to Pitchfork. Spotify posted a teaser for More Life on Twitter, which hints at its likely inclusion on the streaming service.
Fans have been patiently waiting on More Life, which Drake has been working on in the midst of his Boy Meets World tour. Last Friday (March 10), Drake told a crowd in Hamburg, Germany that he was putting the finishing touches on it.
“I know it’s taken me awhile, but I’m going to the hotel tonight to finish this More Life shit so I can give it to you as soon as possible,” Drake told his fans. “So I hope you’re ready to enjoy some new music.”
Drizzy followed that up by posting a teaser on Instagram that revealed the release date: March 18. More Life will presumably premiere on Drake's OVO Sound Radio, which airs Saturday at 6 p.m. EST on Beats 1 Radio. The "One Dance" rapper had a similar roll out for his 2016 album Views, which set all types of streaming records despite its Apple exclusivity.
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