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7 April 2016, 10:12 | Updated: 7 April 2016, 10:14
'Views' is set to drop at any time.
Drake has teased his highly-anticipated new album ‘Views From The Six’ by projecting some cryptic artwork onto a building in London.
The image, showing a number six, was projected onto the side of the Royal Opera House in London last night at approximately 8.20pm local time.
The projection was initially reported as the official album artwork by The FADER.
However a representative for Drake’s label Island Records later admitted that there had been a mistake and that it was not the official cover for ‘Views’.
Similar images have been popping up around Drake’s native city of Toronto since the start of the year.
However this is the first time artwork has been spotted outside of Canada.
Drizzy has made his love for London clear in the past and even announced that he was signed to Boy Better Know, while in the capital for his BRITs performance with Rihanna.
Drake’s new album ‘Views From The Six’ is set for release at some point during April.