Drake to release new music in December

Drake has announced he will release new music in December as he previewed three songs on his radio show OVO Sound

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Drake's album artwork

Drake's 'More Life' album artwork from Instagram

Drake will release new music in December.

The 30-year-old rapper previewed three new songs on his Apple Music OVO Sound radio show on Sunday (23.10.16), stating they will all appear on his new project 'More Life', set for release in December.

Speaking on the show, the 'Hotline Bling' hitmaker described the project as a "playlist" of original songs from both himself, and the collaborators from his OVO label.

He said: "I'm off mixtapes, you know? I wanna do a playlist, I wanna give you a collection of songs that become the soundtrack to your life. So this is more like the playlist. Like I said, dropping in December, all original music from me, but you may hear some tunes from the family on there."

The 'One Dance' rapper then previewed the tracks - named 'Two Birds One Stone', 'Fake Love', and 'Sneakin' - alongside a remix to rapper Dave's 'Wanna Know'.

Speaking about the tracks, he said: "I just wanna celebrate life. 'More Life', that's what we live by. That's something that we don't take for granted. So today, like I said you're getting some new music. I'm not going to tell you how many songs it is, I'm just going to let you hear it. I know most people think I'm dropping like one song, but you know me, I like to make all the listeners and all the fans happy."

And the rapper - who has just wrapped his 'Summer Sixteen Tour' in North America after having to postpone the last three dates due to an ankle injury - admitted he isn't ready to take a break just yet.

He said: "I'm just really excited. I had a great tour, I had a great summer, and most people I guess would probably go and take a break but for me I just wanted to get right back to it."

Drake also took to Instagram to share the artwork for the new project.

The caption read: "More Life new project dropping in DECEMBER (sic)"

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