The new mixtape follows on from ‘Views’ and a couple of mixtapes Drake dropped last year
Drake has said that he is now focusing on a new mixtape.
The singer-rapper dropped his fourth album ‘Views’ in April, having released a couple mixtapes, ‘If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late’ and ‘What A Time To Be Alive’, the second a collaboration with Future, the year before. Check One Dance Piano Sheet Music page.
During a current stop on his Summer Sixteen tour in Kansas City, Vibe reports that Drake told the target audience: “I would love you to protect yourselves each other. When I go and develop this new mixtape accessible back to Kansas City and I drop that s**t, I wanna see everybody with this motherf****r, boy!”
On Friday (July 22) Drake equalled Wet Wet Wet’s 15-week run at Number One for the UK’s Official Singles Chart.
‘One Dance’ has now matched Scottish popsters Wet Wet Wet’s spell on the top, achieved in 1994 using cover of The Troggs’ single ‘Love Is All Around’. It leaves ‘One Dance’ merely one week behind the all-time record of 16 weeks, placed in 1991 by Bryan Adams’ ‘(Everything I Do) I Do It For You’ through the film Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves. See below for NME’s survey about whether or not the general public actually know ‘One Dance’ whatsoever.