Rounding up the artists Drake's rumored to be working with leading up to his new playlist.
Drake's More Life is not an album, not a mixtape, but a playlist. Originally scheduled for a December 2016 release, the upcoming collection of songs has now been promised for a February release. Moreso than Drake's previous projects, More Life will highlight the work of other performers. As "Hotline Bling" producer Nineteen85 put it: "He's trying to call it a playlist because he has a bunch of people in a space, hanging out.... He's so aware of what everybody else is doing musically that he likes to introduce new music and new artists to the rest of the world."
This approach has fans wondering just who will be featured on the project. Anyone's who's been following Drake's moves over the last months will know that he's been in the studio with a quite a few artists. Today, we're rounding up the rappers, singers, and pop stars that Drizzy is rumored to have worked with (or be working with in the future), as well as assessing the likelihood of whether they'll make the project. While Drake has some frequent collaborators (Future, PartyNextDoor, etc.) that could easily show up as well, we're focusing solely on those connections that have been visible during the time leading up to More Life's release.
Click through the gallery to see some of the potential features on Drake's next release. Let us know who you think will and won't make the cut.