With Drake's forthcoming More Life playlist on the way any day now, fans are eagerly waiting for its release. An eagle-eyed few have noticed a change in Drake’s iTunes artist bio, revealing that former protege The Weeknd will be on the LP in some capacity, in addition to producers such as Boi-1da, Nineteen85 and Maneesh Bidaye.

The new bio states: “Views, was released in April and debuted at number one. It revolved lyrically around his hometown Toronto and featured production by longtime cohorts Noah ’40’ Shebib and Boi-1da, among others. Late that year, Drake issued another trio of singles — including the chart-topping ‘Fake Love’ — that heralded the release of his next full-length More Life, which included collaborations with Nineteen85, The Weeknd, and Maneesh Bidaye, as well as Boi-1da.”

Updates from Drake's Instagram which have now been deleted hinted at a March 4 release, but alas we wait.

In other music related news, listen to GIRLI's new track "Not That Girl."

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