In case you haven’t heard, tonight is Drake Night, and it will be lit. Toronto’s favorite son Drake is putting out a new album tonight, Views, and the hype train is on, full steam ahead. Drake just posted, like, 10 Instagrams in a row, mostly featuring the tiny versions of himself from the Views album art photoshopped into pictures of his various collaborators on the album. The full tracklist went out earlier this week, but now we know who’s going to be featured on every song on the album.
Here’s the tracklist, plus producer credits:
- Keep The Family Close produced by Maneesh
- 9 produced by 40, co-produced by Boi1da and Bryan Alexander Morgan
- U With Me? produced by 40 and Kanye West
- Feel No Ways produced by Jordan Ullman of Majid Jordan
- Hype produced by Boi1da and nineteen85, co-produced by Beat Bully
- Weston Road Flows produced by 40
- Redemption produced by 40
- With You produced by Murda Beatz
- Faithful produced by 40, co-produced by Boi1da and nineteen85
- Still Here produced by Daxz, co-produced by 40
- Controlla produced by Boi1da, co-produced by Supa Dups and Alan Ritter
- One Dance produced by nineteen85, co-produced by 40 and Wiz Kid
- Grammys produced by 40 and Southside, co-produced by Cardo and Young Exclusive
- Childs Play produced by 40
- Pop Style produced by Sven Thomas and Frank Dukes
- Too Good produced by nineteen85
- Summers Over produced by Maneesh
- Fire and Desire produced by 40
- Views produced by Maneesh
- Hotline Bling produced by nineteen85
All of this is coming out way from Noah “40” Shebib’s Instagram. 40 has the most producer credits on the album, taking lead or solo credit for eight tracks and co-producing two more.
But the real star of the night is Drake’s Instagram feed, which absolutely blew up earlier. First, the best photoshop (and most obvious collaboration) on the album: tiny Drake on Rhianna’s shoulder.
Ri-Ri’s on the album, great, obviously she would be, but she’s not alone. DVSN is also confirmed:
You want Future? You got Future.
Wiz Kid got a producer credit, so we know he’s on the album, but here’s a picture of tiny-Drake sitting next to him.
Partynextdoor is also all up in the Six.
Here’s Popcaan, who we knew would be on the record because he was on Controlla which came out as a single ages ago.
Oh yeah, and Views will also feature Pimp C, who has actually been dead since 2007, but will make a posthumous appearance (probably through a sample, maybe some unreleased bars).
And Drake called special attention back to 40 in his latest post tonight, penning a long thank you note to the album’s main producer.