Drake has finally released his long-awaited Views album, which folks thought would be titled Views From the 6, and are still writing it as such when writing about Drake’s Views album. Drake’s Views has already sailed to the No. 1 position on the list of top albums on iTunes, beating Beyoncé’s Lemonade. Drake’s Views can be downloaded via the link Drake provided on Twitter to iTunes for his followers, and Drake’s Views can also be streamed through Apple Music. With lyrics that spell out Drake’s love of The Cheesecake Factory, Views is winning raves online.
“Why you like to fight with me at Cheesecake [Factory]? You know I like to go there. You say I’m acting light skin — I can’t take you nowhere
However, as reported by FanSided, Drake’s Views isn’t available to stream free on Spotify yet. As a result, Drake fans are reporting on Twitter that they are breaking down and getting the three-month free trial to Apple Music just so they can hear Drake’s Views stream for free due to the absence of the ability to stream Views for free on Spotify.
As reported by Twitter, searching for Views turns up related searches for Views memes and feedback over whether folks think Drake’s Views is weak or not. Overall, however, folks are tweeting and searching for Views in a free format without having to worry about any three-month free trials. The album cover of Views is also getting plenty of feedback, with jokes about placing “a tiny Drake” wherever one wants with a Views album cover generator. Others are asking if Views is overhyped.
Meanwhile, folks are searching for how to stream Drake’s Views for free, with searches for Views stream Drake and Views stream Soundcloud being reported by Twitter. Other variations of searches for ways to stream Views without paying anything include Views stream link, Views download link and Views Spotify — or simply Views Spotify Drake.
Beyoncé, meanwhile, sits in the No. 2 position for her Lemonade album as Drake takes the No. 1 spot on iTunes list of top albums. Beyoncé’s “Formation” song, however, still sits at the top spot for top songs on iTunes as of this writing.
According to the description for Views, the album takes listeners on a journey through Drake’s hometown. Rihanna appears in Drake’s Views on a song called “Too Good” and leaves fans reviewing Views with more than 6,300 ratings on iTunes thus far.
“With immaculate vocal turns and sleek production, Views is Drake’s tour through the city that made him. A meticulous contrast to the off-the-cuff brilliance of recent mixtapes, he taunts adversaries with speaker-rattling anthems (‘Hype,’ ‘Still Here’), revisits his humble beginnings (‘Weston Road Flows’), and rekindles the seductive chemistry with Rihanna (‘Too Good’). Those extremes — the Caribbean warmth of “One Dance” and the icy lament of ‘Fire & Desire,’ the unflinching vulnerability and unapologetic self-assurance — make Views a riveting victory lap from Toronto’s game-changing MC.”
Meanwhile, folks who are listening to Views from Drake and tweeting out their reviews are leaving feedback about the album that is said to be giving the internet “the feels.”
“Greg Howard: if you take like the 6 or 7 top songs and put them in their own playlist and treat it like a mixtape Views from the 6 is actually kinda fire”
@ArlisDoNotChill: The first 30 seconds into Views and I’m not sure if I should cry, call my ex, stack my money, focus on me or all of the above”
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