After a ton of speculation, it looks like Drake's much-anticipated More Life playlist/project/album-in-between could finally arrive today. Currently in the middle of his 'Boy Meets World' tour in Sweden, Drizzy last night shared a since-deleted Instagram post hinting that the record's arrival is imminent.

“Om du över sätter det här är det försent,” read the handwriting in Swedish, which translates as If You're Reading This It's Too Late — the title of Drake's last non-official album in 2015. Below that are the words More Life and the date of March 4, along with Drizzy's signature.

A March 4 release would stack-up given associate DJ Semtex earmarked the same date when asked last month. As of now, Drake's Instagram bio simply reads, "MORE LIFE."

As well as guest appearances from the likes of 21 Savage, the LP is also said to feature production from the likes of Kanye West, London on da Track, and Frank Dukes. We wait with baited breath.

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