Fans will have to wait until early next year.
Drake’s new playlist project ‘More Life’ has been pushed back to 2017.
The new album was expected to be released before the end of the year however Drizzy’s manager Oliver El-Khatib has revealed that fans will have to wait longer than expected.
“'More Life' is coming at the top of 2017,” El-Katib confirmed on Saturday’s episode of OVOSOUND Radio.
Despite not offering a reason for the delay, he told fans to “stay tuned for some more updates.”
Drake premiered three new songs from the project back in October, sharing ‘Two Birds, One Stone’, ‘Fake Love’ and ‘Sneakin’.
He also released a remix of Santan Dave’s underground UK hit ‘Wanna Know’.
Meanwhile, Drake is currently celebrating the launch of his new OVO flagship store in New York.
While on his travels, he also joined PARTYNEXTDOOR at his latest show in L.A. to perform ‘Fake Love’ for the first time.
Drake is set for a huge 2017, having been nominated for eight Grammys, as well as his European ‘The Boy Meets World Tour’ .