20 Songs, 1 Hour 21 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

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.

EDITORS’ NOTES

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.

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