Drake fans will have to wait until 2017 to get More Life.
During Saturday’s episode of OVOSOUND Radio, Drake manager’s Oliver El-Khatib revealed that the project has been delayed until early next year.
“More Life is coming at the top of 2017,” said El-Katib, who didn’t share the reason behind the delay. “Stay tuned for some more updates.”
Billed as a “playlist,” More Life was originally set to drop in December. Drake premiered three tracks from the project—”Two Birds, One Stone,” the London On Da Track-produced “Sneakin'” featuring 21 Savage, and “Fake Love”—during an episode of OVOSOUND Radio in October.
This weekend, Drake is celebrating the launch of his latest OVO flagship store in New York City. Last night, he joined PND on stage at his show at The Wiltern in L.A. to perform “Fake Love,” “Pop Style,” and “One Dance.”
Drake has a big year ahead. In addition to dropping More Life, he is nominated for eight awards at the 59th Annual Grammys. He will also head to Europe for “The Boys Meets World Tour,” which kicks off Jan. 21 in Amsterdam.