Updated: Apr. 6, 2016, 4:50 PM EST
Sorry, folks. The art projected on London’s Royal Opera House is not the official Views From The 6 album artwork. A U.K. rep for Island Records confirmed that it is “100% not the album artwork,” and apologized for any miscommunication. Womp.
With Drake’s highly anticipated album Views From The 6 just days away from its rumored release, The FADER is reporting that the LP’s artwork is currently being displayed in London.
Drake’s been slowly building the hype of his forthcoming album with recent releases “Pop Style” featuring Kanye and Jay Z, “Faithful” featuring Pimp C, and “One Dance” featuring Wizkid and Kyla.
The image is similar to Drake’s “Summer Sixteen” artwork, but according to Island Records, it is, in fact, Drizzy’s album artwork. Right now, the artwork appears on London’s Royal Opera House.
Still no word on when Drake’s album will actually drop, but just know, he’s up to something (DJ Khaled voice).
PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Twitter
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