Rapper Drake
Recording artist Drake reacts to a Toronto Raptors basket as head coach Dwane Casey watches play against Indiana Pacers in game seven of the first round of the 2016 NBA Playoffs at Air Canada Centre. Reuters/Dan Hamilton

Toronto rapper Drake’s new album “Views” is already available on iTunes and Apple Music. On Thursday, Drake released his entire album on the two streaming platforms for the whole world to enjoy. He is readying himself to kick off a summer tour in July.

During a special episode of OVO Sound Radio on Beats 1, Drake was interviewed by Zane Lowe, wherein the rapper discussed his new 20-song album, originally named “Views From the 6.”

Drake fans can listen to the interview in Apple Music’s Tumblr. Drake had earlier announced that Future would be joining him for their Summer Sixteen Tour. In 2015, the pair had collaborated on “What A Time To Be Alive.”

Drake’s new album consists of 20 songs including “Pop Style” featuring Jay Z and Kanye West, “Hotline Bling,” a 2015 hit, and “One Dance,” featuring WizKid. One can check out the songs below.

According to Buzz Angle Music, “Views” surpassed 822,000 album project units in the US and 89,000 in Canada in just three days (April 29 to May 1). The album sold 600,000 copies on iTunes on day one. Drake’s latest album has surpassed his last album “Nothing Was The Same.” It sold 658,000 copies in seven days.

“Views” has a strong possibility to move 1 million albums in its first week. If it does surpass the 1 million mark, it will be the 21st album to reach that mark. However, Drake has been accused of taking a song form an aspiring singer and using it as his own in his new album. The song, “Too Good,” reportedly belongs to someone else and Drake did not take her permission before using the track.

According to singer Keayana Coke in February, she sent a demo of “Too Good” to Drake’s father Dennis Graham, who is also a musician. The singer posted a screen grab of the conversation on Facebook.

“Someone tell me I'm tripping (crazy) and I'm a diehard drake fan but How I send a clip of it to ya pops (sic) Then 2 months later ... U come out with the same song, same type of concept, different tempo, same title, same hook EVERYONE NEED TO SHARE THIS (sic),” Coke wrote on Facebook.

Watch Drake - Too Good (Ft. Rihanna) here.

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